How I Wear Layers In The Summer

Summertime calls for skin, skin, and more skin! So you may wonder how on earth can I possibly wear layers in this heat? As everyone is showing different ways to show skin, here I am presenting you with a post about layers in the summer. You probably think I’m crazy but bare with me. There is a definite way to wear layers in the summer without feeling hotter than usual.

In these looks, I’m able to play with texture by pairing button ups with tops that are breathable.

As you may notice this Express top from this previous post, here it is paired with a Joe Fresh Button up and H&M shorts.






This next look is probably one of my faves and will also be one of the few times that you will see me without jewelry. I was raised to always wear necklaces and earrings on a daily basis, so this is kind of different for me.

These Walter Baker shorts are most certainly one of my favorite shorts ever and paired with two old H&M tops, one patterned and the other textured.






It’s the aesthetics of the textured fabric combined with the prints that I really fell in love with.




Last but not least, the summer layered look that slightly shows my love for taupe (some may consider it tan) but I had to throw in a little neon of course. This Joe Fresh button up brings a great pop of color to my tan bland look. This crochet top is from urban Outfitters and the crochet shorts are from some boutique in LA.





I hope this shows that it is possible to wear layers in the summer without being overwhelmed with heat.

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4 Thoughts to “How I Wear Layers In The Summer”

  1. comfort

    The layers emblem to your fitting. Never thought of layered up in summer time when the heat is over 90. I like your sense of style, that is something for all of us to copy. Keep showing us new styles, we shall inhale it and exhale while we reproduce your style. BRAVO

    1. I love the layered looks but really catches my eye are how you play with the colors and textures, very bold and assertive but you work it.
      It’s quite lovely.

      1. Oyinkan

        Thank you!

  2. […] From a distance, the top seems like a mesh, yet once you get up close and personal, you are able to see that there is a bit more detailing than a mesh fabric. It actually favors crochet. You may recognize the top from a previous post about summer layers. […]

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