Lesson #1: One pieces are always better than bikinis. I lied, actually not really. For most people, bikinis are preferable (or so it may seem). I mean what could be better than bearing it all except for your cherished parts (insert sarcasm). I prefer to cover more up; I like my tankinis. I'd also like to save the abs I'm working on to myself. If you can pull off a bikini, you can rock almost anything.
Lesson #2: Leather caps and bucket hats are the way to go. I've been switching between my leather cap, flat cap and bowler hat throughout the year. Now I just have to add the bucket hat to my list.
Lesson #3: I only remember wearing overalls once during my childhood. Plus I'm really cringing at the thought of being considered an adult so I might invest in a pair of overalls to revel in my childhood thoughts. Who says you can't bring your childhood fun (and style) into your adulthood anyway? Also I'm glad that I'm not the only one who prefers being barefoot. Ain't no shame in the game. I love the feeling of sand sifting through my toes.
Lesson #4: I hated turtlenecks while I was in elementary school As much as I detested them, they came in handy for those frosty New York winters and now they have become a year-round staple. You can wear them this summer too!
Lesson #5: There's definitely more to festival style than fringe and flower crowns. And as much of a opponent I am to wearing black during the winter, don't be afraid to wear that "all-black everything" this summer.
And finally, remember to have fun- burgers and friends may find their way on my plans.
What are your plans for this summer (in style or in general)?