The Summer Dressing Guide

Posted on Jul 17 2014 - 9:11am by Alexandra Ashton

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In London, people are wearing their best dresses and suits as if they’re constantly being about to be instagrammed in the trendiest fashion blogs. You can be like the rest of your friends by joining up with the crowd and wearing your most boring dress. That’s not the way to stroll around in London. The best way to dress this summer is to wear the most light pastel colors, the whitest hats and the most spectacular shades. If you’re like David Bowie, then it would also be nice to be Goth and wear what Kiss has made popular, but not all can be like that. But if you want to be yourself, you might as well be your most expressive.

Living in London means being in the center of the fashion scene in Europe. Every season you’re expected to be at your fashionable best, and if you’re a woman, it’s almost a yearly ritual to pick the right dress for the summer. The London Summer is replete with wonderful options to wear, and incredible fashionable items to consider. If you want to be in the center of people’s attention and want to make sure that you’re in your fashionable self, you should learn how to dress well, and what kind of colors to pick for your attire. Should you be wearing something like what Sarah Bareilles wore in that live rendition of her song. Brave in London? Should you be simple as Carey Mulligan?

If you want a guide on what to wear during summer in London, look no further than this infographic which contains the best useful and practical guides about bags, jackets and accessories to wear in summer while walking around London or hitching a ride to Paris to watch a special screening of a Woody Allen film. Be like Kiera Knightley or Carey Mulligan, and be sophisticated as you should be with the help of this infographic.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.