Having been born and raised in sunny Australia, I like to think I know a thing or two about how to dress for warm weather. While the current forecast in the UK is hot, for us Aussies, it's just another summer day. Therefore, I thought I would take some time to share my knowledge of how exactly to dress when the mercury rises.
From denim shorts to flowing maxis, there's no one formula when it comes to dressing for warm weather. At the end of the day, it's all about what makes you feel cool and comfortable, as both factors become a top priority in these times.
Personally, I often rely on breathable fabrics and fluid silhouettes, and as evidenced below, many members of the fashion set tend to do the same. In fact, between the linen shirts, swimwear as daywear and sun-smart accessories, it seems several of our favourites have perfected warm-weather dressing. Keep scrolling for eight summer outfit ideas for what to wear in a heatwave.
& Other Stories Curve Knitted Ribbed Vest (£34)
Levi's Plus 501 Original Shorts in Dark Blue (£50)
Arket Flatform Thong Sandals (£125)
Deiji Studios + Net Sustain Totem Gathered Checked Organic Cotton-Poplin Maxi Dress (£180)
& Other Stories Strappy Buttoned Maxi Dress (£95)
Cos Linen Open Collar Shirt (£59)
Cos Linen Elasticated Trousers (£59)
L'Agence Dina One-Shoulder Stretch-Jersey Bodysuit (£135)
H&M Wide Trousers (£25)
& Other Stories Flounced Tiered A-Line Mini Dress (£95)
Mango Printed Flowy Shirt (£20)
Mango Cotton Striped Shorts (£20)
Only Curve Cotton Short Sleeved Shirt and Short Co-Ord in Animal Print (£39)
Eugenia Kim Mirabel Grosgrain-Trimmed Straw Hat (£360)
H&M Resort Shirt (£18)
Mango Pocket Denim Miniskirt (£20)
Eres Les Essentiels Symbole One-Shoulder Bikini Top (£175)
Monki Cotton Shorts (£8)
Gentle Monster Chapssal Or1 Sunglasses (£160)
Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2021 fashion trends to know.
This piece was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.
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