How to Dress for a Heat Wave
1. A Trendy Crop Top
Pair this flowy coral tank with a high waisted skirt to keep the look work appropriate. Topshop, $24; topshop.com.
2. Printed Shorts
Take on the tiki motif with this pair of neon pink printed shorts. J. Crew, $65; jcrew.com.
3. A Sleeveless Shirt
The laidback fit and light chambray fabric make this sleeveless top perfect for hot-weather days. Madewell, $60; madewell.com.
4. Colorful Sunnies
Shade your eyes from harmful UV rays with these oversized sunglasses that are wonderfully named, ‘Watermelon.’ Cutler and Gross, $500; cutlerandgross.com.
5. A Printed Sundress
Printed pieces make instant outfits for when it’s too hot to think. Reiss, $115; reiss.com.
6. A Floppy Hat
The wide-brimmed straw hat does a good job at serving as a portable shade. Joe Fresh, $14; joefresh.com.
7. A Bright Skater Skirt
Slip on a bright swingy skirt for a pop of color when it is too hot for maxis. Club Monaco, $140; clubmonaco.com.
8. Some Statement Earrings
Hair swept back into a top knot or ponytail? Decorate the empty space with gold danglers. Karen London, $80; karenlondon.com.
9. An Easy Breezy Romper
Keep cool in an all-white lightweight jumpsuit with pretty eyelet detailing. Joie, $248; joie.com.
10. A Scarf With UV Protection
This moisture-wicking headband is designed to block UV rays. Plus, it doubles as a scarf. Buff, $23; rei.com.
11. Bejweled Sandals
Step into no-fuss sandals in a lovely shade of mint green. DV by Dolce Vita, $50; dolcevita.com.