The hottest time of year is here, but you really don't have to let the rising temperatures convince your style. After all, the trends are designed for the season stays out and feels cool despite the scorching heat.
Rounded below is seven essential wardrobes for the summer which you can mix and match for all the fun activities this season provides:
1. Babydoll dresses
Short baby doll dresses are perfect fashion choices for the summer. These are the perfect length to keep legs cool and are often loose around the torso for proper airflow. You can wear these dresses on your own to get a cute look, or take them from casual to wild or glam with other summer bags, accessories and smart choice of shoes.
2. Billowy cotton dresses
If you want the most versatile holiday clothes, you can't go wrong with long and flowy cotton dresses. They are light and windy and are suitable parts wherever you decide to travel to some in demand R&D. In addition, cotton is one of the best fabric materials to wear when it is warm because it is an allergy-friendly material.
These pieces go with all types of shoes. You can also change their shape and length with a belt, shield or pin, by wearing a jacket or cardigan or by tying at the bottom.
3. Caps with straps
Sunscreen is an absolute must for summer, but it can also be modern. Wide brown hats are a hot trend this season, especially those with silk straps that you tie under your chin.
There is nothing like a big hat that gives any summer look a charming and vintage appeal. And with the strong breeze that the season brings, you'll love wearing the silk straps to hold your sunscreen accessory in place.
4. Loose T-shirts
T-shirts never go out of style because they offer so many styling options. You can tie down the edge for an instant cropped top, nicely fix them in mom jeans, or just wear them as they are for the cool yet wild Billie Eilish brand of street look.
For the summer they are perfect to pair with deconstructed or distressed bottoms, pleated skirts and overalls, which has been a trend since last year. You really can't go wrong with loose T-shirts because they're great to wear when you don't want to think too hard about an outfit to look good.
Keep your hair and sunglasses in place with a scarf around your face. This 1930s trend is once again popular and adds a nice touch of glamor to any overall look.
Channel your inner 1930s starlet to rock a headscarf with any outfit. But more than its style influence, you will appreciate how truly functional a headscarf is. It is an excellent protection for a bad hair day and it keeps the hair away from your face, especially when it is windy. In addition, you can even wear it as a hair tie to empty your locks and pair it with a hat.
6. Basket Bags
These are believed to be the top accessories of the season, and the fashion houses are well aware of that. Basket bags are available in different shapes and sizes, and they go in harmony with all summer gear.
The large bags are perfect for picnics and a day at the beach. At the same time, the small handbags and shoulder bags provide a weak atmosphere for summer sets; they do not have much, but no one will say that they are not beautiful, especially when worn with monochromatic clothing.
7. Airy linen pants
These must be the most versatile bottoms for the summer. You can wear linen pants anywhere because they hold their structure well, and The fabric's open weave can keep you fresh during a hot day.
You can pair it with just about anything: a swimsuit, a long-sleeved shirt, a boxy t-shirt, a blazer and even a long dress. They are your bottom throughout the year for the season because you can carry them to get cases, work and all the holidays you have planned.
There is nothing to argue that hot weather can make polishing and quite a challenge. But if you have smart summer pieces in your style arsenal, like the ones listed above, it doesn't take much effort to dress to impress.
Ethiopian-born and Dubai-based fashion designer Feiruza Mudessir discovered her curiosity to blend the traditional with contemporary at a young age, and this has become the trademark of her design today. When you slip into one of Feiruza's creations, you can almost hear the rhythms of Africa, India's beats and Dubai's vibrant life – this distinct and colorful melange is exactly what Finchitua is all about