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As much as I love summer with its scorching hot days and wearing only a loose tank, hot pants and a pair of flip-flops, once over 30 I had to sadly realize that this might not be the most appropriate look living in the capital and that my beachwear is indeed only for the beach.
Then comes the question, what DOES one wear when the temperature is over 30 Celsius degrees. Well I have great news, our friends from Down Under have already figured this out in the always sunny Australia. Not only do they have endless alternatives to micro-length shorts but also embrace an aesthetic very close to my heart, the salty ocean-swept surfer look.
I have collected a few of my favourite looks for this summer appropriate for the city, but still managed to sneak in a few ideas for the beach days too.
If you are in a rush and just want to check out the style ideas you can click here or read through the full article and find the clothes behind the images.
The ultimate dress
On the boiling summer days a go-to dress is essential to have, one that you can throw on for a brunch with the girls, an afternoon appointment or an evening date. I prefer one in a solid colour which then can be brought alive with a statement accessory. The material is also a key decision maker, cotton or linen - anything 100% natural is the best choice for hottest days.
The All Black Look
Black might not be your first choice of colour in the summer, but as long as the material is light, you are good to go. An all-black outfit will always look elegant right away and by adding a few statement accessories your look will be elevated. Wide flowy pants are a must-have this summer, and you can also pair them with a linen shirt for a more mature, casual look or go with a crop top for a fun summer vibe.