The countdown to freedom has begun again. As diaries fill up for when limitations finally remove on July 19, WhatsApp group invites are pinging and Paperless Post RSVPs are coming in. The atmosphere of hope is evident as we prepare to be liberated from picking who makes the cut for tables of six, from government officials claiming they’re “quite optimistic” in ending lockdown to immunization centers blasting party music for over 18s in lineups.
What To Wear for Every Event in Summer Fashion 2021
The mantra for summer 2021 is “go big or go home.” It’s going to be a season where you say yes instead of no. Rather than being forced in, a season of remaining out. The pressure is on to look as wonderful as freedom feels, with expectations at an all-time high. Before the pandemic, it was usual to say, “I have nothing to wear,” but now it’s “what is even cool now?” Is it still possible to wear trainers? Is it true that slim jeans are no longer fashionable? It’s been a long time coming, so remember that getting ready is all part of the fun of a night out with no restrictions. No one wants a sartorial breakdown, especially when there is fun to be had. From a cold glass of white wine while doing your makeup to the discussion over heels versus flats, no one wants a sartorial meltdown. So, rather than addressing dressing day by day, take it one invitation at a time. Here’s what to wear now that going out is back, from the pub garden to a seaside getaway.
At The Pub, Peek-A-Boo
Getting a table in your favorite pub’s garden has become one of the city’s most sought-after tickets. After all the effort you put into landing a booking, it’s only fair that you put just as much care into your attire, especially if you’re striving for a “Vax Girl Summer.” Forget about wearing jeans and a T-shirt to your local in 2021; PG (pub garden) attire is a lot more, hmm, PG-rated. Welcome to the world of peek-a-boo clothing. Cut-out detailing was seen on the runways this season by designers such as Christopher Esber, Prada, and Chanel. Before you get too worked up, it’s all about revealing just a sliver of unexpected flesh rather than a full-fledged midriff. Think polished, not reality star, with crisp shoulder slashes and stylish criss-cross waist details. The Line By K is a great place to start. Karla Deras, a fashion blogger turned designer, is known for her one-shoulder tops with pleating and twisted details, which are worn by celebrities such as Bella Hadid and Jennifer Lopez. Zara also has a lot of choices. A peachy sleeveless shirt with side split hems and a lush green version with a cut-out high collar are two standouts. Top tip: Pair the “Hot Girl Summer” upper half with slouchy, creamy-colored slacks and a chunky shoe to create a contrast.
As a wedding guest, bring the fun.
Celebrate the resurgence of weddings with a joyful gown. Florals are appropriate for any occasion, from a city rooftop meal to a laid-back country bell tent. Ditzy designs in muted tones are all the rage this summer. The Nikita dress by Reformation comes in Pompadour or Noemi and is a surefire hit. It has a trumpet skirt and a ruffled edged neckline that isn’t too provocative and falls to mid-length. Simply add a cashmere cardigan from British company Aethel for a religious occasion. In other news, M&S has collaborated with Ghost on a range of lovely mid-length tea dresses that scream romance. Elevate with strappy heeled sandals and a colorful clutch purse, starting at £69. Lulu Guinness has some hilarious variations, while LK Bennet’s elegant striped envelope shapes have a handy crossbody chain. You’ll also require a stylish face mask. Leave the surgery to the doctors, and don’t even consider a slogan version. Instead, try Cult Beauty’s simple reusable silk mask. Attendee at the Freedom Festival
A festival is the epitome of freedom.
With Boris’ ever-changing schedule, only the most optimistic among us have already reserved Wilderness (August 5-8), All Points East (August 27-30), and Isle of Wight (September). This necessitates an equally upbeat dress code. Psychedelic designs and creative crochet elements harken back to the famed summer of love. This season, everyone from Ashish to Bottega Veneta exhibited designs with a homey feel. Mixing and matching is the name of the game in this style. Begin by donning a pair of party pants. LaDouble J’s are not for the faint of heart, with their groovy geometric designs and bright blooms. There are also some eye-catching alternatives like Paloma Wool, Urban Outfitters, and Free People. Mango’s openwork knitted tops are the greatest on the high street, but vintage gems can also be found on Ebay and Depop. Remember that the more varied the look, the better, so don’t be afraid to use accessories. The mood is set with Monki’s rectangular retro sunglasses and Staud’s bandana-inspired bag. Avoid any portaloo open toe tragedies by opting for a classic pair of Dr. Martens boots as footwear.
Staycationer at the Beach
A British coastal staycation has become this summer’s it-holiday, according to the ever-changing red, amber, and not-so-green travel lists. The organized fun crowd will be smugly travelling the Sleeper Service to Penzance or the M5 to Devon, having booked months in advance. What about the rest of us? With a day excursion to Whitstable, we’ll be in luck. A post-Brexit mood break necessitates practical rather than flashy swimwear. It’s best to leave the thong bikinis on Love Island because to the crowds, shingle, and frigid North Sea temps. Instead, try a single, pared-down piece. Sweaty Betty’s Springboard version with an in-built bra shelf and H&M’s shaping swimsuits will help you feel safe enough to confront turbulent water without fear of a horrible nip slip. A rash vest is a must-have for the more active. Boden offers some lovely color block variations made from recycled materials that come with matching swim shorts. Use a changing robe like Finnistree’s towelling version or a highly wanted DryRobe to avoid peak British awkwardness. For a fish meal, opt for a light and airy aesthetic. Oversized stripes from Arket or Kitri’s starfish embroidered shirting will give coastal charm to any outfit. Wear yours with a pair of denim cut-offs and a pair of utilitarian sandals. As you go down the promenade, Teva Originals or Suicoke will keep your feet pleased.
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