3 Non-Basic Lazy Girl Summer Outfits
Make everyone believe you put more than 10% effort into your look.
In most places, summer is synonymous with hot, and once the heat rolls in, we reach for pieces that are breathable and airy, freeing our arms and legs from a stifling cage of fabric. In turn, “summer style” becomes the go-to uniform of denim shorts and a t-shirt, every day, every where.
To avoid a style rut, here are some outfits to inspire you to stay cool without sacrificing your wardrobe’s variety.
There’s a way to look high-fashion that requires the same effort as putting on a top and pants, and it’s in the form of a subtle yet bold matching set.
Avoid the floral and tribal printed matching short sets that everyone else seems to own, and go for this nautical matching pant set that screams summer.
For maximum effortlessness, fake a tan with bronzer, fake beach waves with a salt spray, and throw on easy sandals and a floppy hat for sun protection.
The Button Up Skirt
For a casual daytime adventure, upgrade the year’s favorite button-up denim skirt with a seasonal hue – blush pink.
Throw on a black cropped tank top for some edge (there’s just something about black in the summer), then add your favorite white sneakers, rose gold sunnies, and a sturdy but minimal backpack.
The White Dress
For some reason, people think that when you’re wearing a dress, you must have spent a lot of time on your look… even when all you did was pull it on and walk outside.
Take advantage of that societal perception in a breezy and minimal white shift dress with ruffle details. Accessorize with comfy espadrilles and cat eye sunglasses. For a pop of color, wear an easy crossbody bag in a fun coral shade.
What Do You Think?
Are you a self-proclaimed “lazy girl?” Were you a fan of these looks? Have anything to add? Let me know down below!