See our favorite bottoms that keep you cool!
If you’re looking for a flirty & sweet piece that lets your legs breathe, step into an ultra femme skirt! Typically made out of cotton designed to keep you cool, this calf grazing piece is a chic way to escape pants! Dress it up with a button down and blazer for work, or down with a tank top (and denim jacket if you need!) for a picnic in the park.
Not so short shorts
This is a no-brainer—it’s hot outside, so throw on some shorts. Expert tip for when the temperature gets out of control: wear a light colored fabric to keep cool. Darker colors tend to absorb light (as in the Sun) and make you feel uncomfortable.
Stylist Bonus: Speaking of uncomfortable… if you’re #nervous about wearing shorts because they feel too revealing or you’re worried about the dreaded inner thigh chafe, try opting for a longer pair of bermuda shorts that have more coverage.
Feel the breeze around your knees in a very versatile sundress that’s great for any occasion. Throw it on over your swimsuit when you’re going to the beach, put a sweater on over it for a warm evening out with friends, wear it with booties and a cargo jacket for a casual Friday at the office, the list could go on forever but we digress.
Wait a minute, didn’t we say ‘it’s too hot for pants?’ Well, yes. But sometimes they are a must (i.e.: an office dress code, or surprisingly chilly air conditioning). So if you must, we recommend opting for a breathable and loose fitted trouser—like a chino. If the #trending jogger doesn’t suit your fancy, go for a straight-legged chino that hits just above your ankle.
What’s your go to for when it gets hot outside? Tell us below!