Fashion

The Perfect Fashion Trick When You’re Uncertain About the Weather

Written by: Camila Carril

 

You look out of the window and you don’t know what the day will bring – is it gonna be hot or cold…wet or dry?

Then, you find the perfect dress to wear, but not sure if bare legs are appropriate. If you’re ever in this predicament, I have the perfect fashion trick for those kinda days:

Dress + Trousers Combo

It sounds bizarre at first, but I’ve pulled together the perfect examples to get you inspired and all-around weather ready!

#1 Maxi Dress With A Sneak Peek of Jeans

Dress + Trousers

This look is in particular my favourite… I believe that the more layers the better when done right. And let’s be honest, she has done it so right, hasn’t she?

#2 Go Minimal

Dress + Trousers

Minimalism is always chic and effortless. You can’t really go wrong in this arena – pair your dress with a skinny jeans and you have an on-trend, fresh summer look. If you have masterful draping abilities, that’s even better!

#3 See-Thru Dress & Jeans

Dress + Trousers

This outfit works like magic… Sometimes I wonder how to wear see-thru dresses and it looks like jeans underneath is the genius answer. Would you agree?!

#4 Head-to-Toe White

Dress + Trousers

Nothing can be fresher than a total white look especially in the summer time. The combo of a dress and white trousers is perfection. So crisp!

#5 Choose the Casual Route

Dress + Trousers

Mixing a dress over cropped jeans and finishing it up with your favourite sneakers is a walk-in-the-park good.

Camila
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