all of your summer attire and lay it out on your
bed, sorting the items by shorts, capris, sundresses,
tops, tanks, and so forth. Make a donation pile
of items you didn't wear last summer or anything
that's too big, too small or too worn out.
your tops and begin a mix-and-match process with
the bottoms, noting where you may need a print top
for solid pants or a solid top for a print skirt.
Also, consider if you're lacking a particular style
that you like or find flattering: halter tops, shells,
sleeveless blouses or tanks.
to examine your swimsuit. Make sure it still fits
well and is in good condition. If not, make the
addition to your shopping list.
shopping. Head to your favorite stores and fill
in the holes. Look for the styles you need and think
about where you might add new colors and fabrics.
how your shoes look with your updated wardrobe and
determine if you could use a new pair of strappy
sandals, thongs or flats.
away your favorite black leather bag and switch
to a carry all in a two-tone canvas, woven straw,or
lighter neautral color.
on the capri pant craze and pair them easily with
a tank or form fitting t-shirt. For the most flattering
capri look, opt for a wide leg. Choose brighter
or neutral colours.
on a flowery, flowing, printed sundress for effortless
purchasing a knee length skirt in a bold colorful
a pair of white pants to take you anywhere. Choose
them in fabrics like cotton with a little stretch
or denim. They can be any style, flat front, wide
legged or capris. Pair them with a bright t-shirt
for a more casual look or a floral blouse for a
sure your summer wardrobe includes basic white cotton
tees and tanks which can be paired with jeans or
a summer hat made of straw which keeps your or a
cotton crusher hat to protect your skin and hair
from the sun.
your summer look with stylish sunglasses to keep
you from squinting and getting crow's feet around