As we start to say goodbye to those thick jumpers and warm coats, we start thinking about our summer wardrobe. You might feel like making a few changes to your wardrobe, this synchronised change in season can be a great time to do so. In this article we will look at a few small changes that can be made to various parts of your wardrobe this summer, nothing major, just ways in which to make your wardrobe feel fresh with minimal effort.
Starting at the bottom, both men’s and women’s sliders are a great alternative to some of the more slightly outdated summer footwear. Flip flops for example can seem like a great idea for festivals, or beach holidays, but can often end up being infuriating to keep on your feet. Also, if they snap, then they can leave you in an awkward footwear situation. Sliders on the other hand, are much easier to keep on your feet, and cannot break like flip flops do. They can also be a great substitute for when you would normally wear trainers during the summer. They are a constant nowadays in places like LA, during the day and night.
Updating your shorts collection isn’t a must every summer. However, every so often it’s good to take the time to make sure you’re happy with what you have to offer. Often it can be the case that shorts are often the first things to start fading, or stained by sitting down on the grass too long. If you’re at a stage when you want to buy a new pair of shorts. Take the time to think about what you want to combine it with; shirt or t-shirt, colour palettes, etc. Also consider buying lighter trousers instead of shorts, perfect for unpredictable British summer and the cooler evenings.
If you mostly wear t shirts throughout the summer, shirts can be a great way of changing the possibilities of your wardrobe with minimal effort. Just make sure to mix your t-shirt collection with plain and printed ones. If you’re a fan of Bruce Lee, then you should definitely include a Bruce Lee t-shirt as one of your go-to outfits in summer. They can also be a handy layer to have tucked away for if the weather turns, or you stay out for longer than expected. If you are wishing to buy a shirt, with this combination factor in mind, it is worth trying to keep it as simple a shirt as possible. In terms of design, pattern and colour. Doing so can allow you to use it many of your existing outfits, rather than a chance of it clashing with what you already own.