Wannawear | Volume Play + Why Summer Style Should Be Different To Winter

3. June 2018

rejina pyo skirt Featured: Solace London Taylor Off-The-Shoulder Top (budget option), Rejina Pyo Ella Skirt (cheaper alternative and here), Cult Gaia Lilleth Tote Bag, Grey Ant Iemall Cat Eye Sunglasses (budget alternative), See By Chloé Polina Scalloped Wallet (similar), Proenza Schouler Earrings (budget version), Bella Freud Psychoanalysis Eau De Parfum, and RECTO. Transparent Pointed Toe Mules


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Atemporal? All year round, for life, heck — to be passed on to future generations. But, aseasonal? Nope. It simply doesn’t work regardless of how minimal you intend to keep your wardrobe. The good part about it? It doesn’t have to.

During winter, we are forced to wear coats or thick jackets (OK, ‘forced’ is such a strong word, especially because who doesn’t love to wear them?) in order to stay warm, unless you want to catch a cold. Summer, on the other hand, requires as little clothing as possible, especially during the hottest days of the year. This is precisely why summer is all about having fun with clothing: The fact that you can wear lighter layers gives you the opportunity to show off garments with playful designs, like, for instance, ruffled and asymmetric skirts, one and off-the-shoulder tops, whimsical dresses, etc. The best part about it? You don’t need to cover it or hide it under a coat or jacket.

This is the main reason, why my summer style differs from my winter one and if you ask me, I’m fully OK with that. And I endorse you to have as much fun with fashion as possible as long as the weather allows it, like with this Rejina Pyo ruffled skirt,  because life is too short to wear boring clothes. x


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2 responses to “Wannawear | Volume Play + Why Summer Style Should Be Different To Winter”

  1. Rena says:

    It looks fantastic!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  2. Great outfit inspiration! Great post and thanks for sharing x

    Millie x

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