Posted on 30 May 2017
When the warm days are coming is always difficult to switch to the summer wardrobe straight away. Therefore, you will need to have spring/summer season outwear pieces to be able to mix and match and feel comfortable. Lightweight knitwear, cardigans, jackets and vests are playing a great role in our wardrobes during the mid-season period. We have prepared some inspiration for you!
Long and semi-transparent cardigans are highly functional. They will make you feel warm enough when it is windy. At the same time, it is lightweight and breathable, what is important for the warmer days. Cardigans are also useful if you want to wear mini skirts or shorts, but feel comfier and have the freedom of movement during the park walks.
Vests in classy colours will allow to finish off every spring/summer look and add the touch if chic to your total look. Combine the minimal sleeveless jacket with classy trousers or shorts for the official look. If you want to go for a casual outfit combine it with leather look trousers and casual footwear.
If you want to go for something more stylish and detailed choose maxi or midi length vest with detailing. It will allow you to create the extraordinary outfit if combined with any basic pieces you already have. For minimalist lovers, the classy and neutral colours will definitely work. For experiment fans, bright or pastel colours will be very actual this season.
Short knitted cardigan is an another perfect alternative for the warm season outwear. Trendy patterns and lightweight fabrics are both functional and nice looking. You can easily combine it with all the basic pieces you have already. Wear it with maxi skirts, jeans and trousers for everyday comfy outfits. It may be also a nice idea to put on top of the maxi or midi dress and finish the look with white sneakers, espadrilles or summer sandals. Do not forget about detailed accessories for a stylish minimal look.
What is your favourite outwear for the spring/summer period? We love the idea of multi layers especially for the detailed minimal looks. What do you think?