What to Stop Wearing So Your Spring Outfits Turn Into Summer Looks
Are you a planner? A meticulous list-maker? A girl who likes to know what’s missing in her wardrobe before she buys anything? Aha! This story is going to be your jam. If you’re already thinking about how your spring wardrobe will segue into your summer one, we’re on the same page. Outside of the obvious reasons (rooftop bars, sunbathing, rosé, alfresco dining, everyone’s generally improved mood), summer is my favourite time of the year because I think it’s the easiest season to get dressed during. Less layering is required (always a plus when you’re 5’1” and curvaceous), and there’s always far less consideration for the blasted weather. There will be many stretches of time across the summer when throwing on a pretty dress and sliding into your favourite sandals (right now, that’s Tevas) is as much effort as needed to look tip-top.