Staying Stylish in the Summertime Heat

Posted On August 27, 2019

As much as people wear workout clothes I do not think black leggings and a tank top express an individual person’s Personal Style. I think what people are seeking is to be comfortable, to be able to move, to get dressed quickly and most of all to NOT BE

I believe we each can be comfortable, be able to move, get dressed quickly and most of all – -not be hot while expressing our own Personal Style. But how can we be stylish when EVERY “How to be More Stylish” blog post tells us to wear 3 items? HOT!!

There are many ways to express style and still maintain comfort, functionality and efficiency. Here are 3 ways you can make a big difference without sacrificing what you want.

Think Fabric.
The choice of fabric can make a huge difference on how cool
or hot you feel. Do you like a feminine style? Try chiffon. Are you more relaxed in your style? Try cotton, linen or jersey. Wear clothing with a loose fit rather than ones that cling to your body.

Think pattern.
Sometimes we get stuck in a rut of black, gray or plain t-shirt.
Patterns can be large, small; flowers, stripes, shapes, checks and more. Find a pattern that you like and that fits the scale of your body (Covered in my Style Consult). Patterns express a lot of personality with minimum effort and will automatically elevate your overall look.

Think differently.
Instead of putting on a tee shirt with a pair of jean
shorts put on a blouse or button up shirt with the jean shorts or change the type of shorts you wear to something made out of cotton or linen in colors in your palette (covered in my Color Analysis). You could even try a dress or a top and skirt or slacks to express your style.

These are just a few options of easy style. Style does not have to be hard or overdone. Style needs to represent you and your needs. I would love to meet with you and help you discover A Style that is You.




Written by Rebekah Floyd

I am a mom, wife and a Fashion Stylist and trained Image Consultant. What started out as a fun way to help others express themselves through fashion became a calling when I trained with an international Certified Image Consultant. Over the years I have worked with a variety of people and businesses including men, women, moms, grandmas, wealth management firms, accountants, occupational therapists, gym owners, authors, executive directors, photographers, makeup artists and more.

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