So you bought yourself a gorgeous summer dress, wore it all summer and now you are experiencing difficulties parting with it. No worries. I on Image wants you to keep on wearing it until the first snowfall or torrential autumn storm and here’s a complete guide on how.
Summer essentials are the items that make your summer. Think sunglasses, maxi dress, that turquoise necklace that takes you right back to Amalfi coast… Without them summer just wouldn’t be the same. Mine tend to change a bit every year but in principle these are the items that I always pack with me and I couldn’t imagine a summer without them.
This is my list:
1. Printed maxi-dress and a pretty handbag
- A cotton sundress in a lovely colour or print
- Sunscreen that doesn’t irritate your skin, killer mascara and lip gloss with SPF
- Sunglasses with an attitude
Inspired by the video I wanted to share with you more summer essentials that I have found for my clients or for myself.
Here you can watch the video on Instagram and add your own summer essentials in the comments section throughout the summer of 2017
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Welcome to Friday Style Secrets episode 10! In today's episode we share our summer essentials. I will be sharing mine later so stay tuned. In the meantime go and share yours in comments below. Think sunglasses, maxi dress, that turquoise necklace that takes you right back to Amalfi coast… – – – #FridayStyleSecrets #jointheconversation #instavideo #amsterdamstylist #imageconsulting #imageconsultant #stylist #personalstylist #styling #tips #tip #personalshopping #personalshopper #wardrobestylist #signaturestyle #personalstyle #summeressentials
US Labor Day was on Monday 7th September 2015 and to many this has been the time to pack away your white clothing. But why pack away something that looks great on you, especially when the summer is still going on strong. Let’s answer the question that my clients often ask:
Can you wear white after Labor Day?
History behind “No White After Labor Day”-style rule
The grand house of American etiquette, The Emily Post Institute in Vermont gives us a historical insight to this style rule.
“Back in Emily’s day—the nineteen 00s, 10s and 20s—the summer season was bracketed by Memorial Day and Labor Day. Society flocked en masse from town house to seaside “cottage” or mountain “cabin” to escape the heat.