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Fashion Tips For A Modern Surfer

Summer is probably the hardest season to express your style since it’s way too hot to wear anything stylish. Sure, you won’t be able to wear multiple color-coded layers or a fancy jacket to pull the outfit together, but there are ways to improve your style while not overheating. Being topless and wearing your old and worn-out shorts sure sounds appealing, but with a few easy steps and changes, you’ll be looking like you fell out of a magazine, in no time! (Image Credit: Alex Shutin/Unsplash)

Consider Different Materials

When thinking about clothes, the material probably falls to the bottom of your list, right? Well, maybe it’s time to take it under consideration. Materials play a large role in your outfits. Not only will it determine how comfortable you are, but it can also make the whole outfit pop! Always look at the tag and see what the item of clothing is made of. Make it your habit to do so. Cotton is an incredible, natural material perfect for hot weather, it will let your skin breathe a little. Another natural material to keep an eye on is linen. Linen never gets out of style and you can find a variety of clothing items made from it like pants and blouses. The classic sandy and light color pallet will always make you look put together and stylish, while the material feels cool and breezy on your skin. Being comfortable is key while spending the whole day on the beach!

Shop Everything in the Same Store

Buying summer clothes is never fun. You have no idea what’s in style or if you actually want it or not. At the end of the day, it won’t matter. It’s way too hot to think about clothes, right? But with a tiny bit of effort, you can achieve your dream surfer aesthetic with ease. First, you’ll need to figure out what you need to get and if there is something particular that you are looking for, try to get items that are easily incorporated with the rest of your wardrobe. But if you are just starting to build your style and are totally lost as to where to start, it’s always best to buy everything in one shop that carries stuff with the aesthetic you have in mind. The clothing inspiration at https://www.southernman.com.au/ is a good way to start so you can picture yourself out wearing the outfit and decide which style suits you well. This way, you don’t need to wander around and buy something that you don’t need or want. 

Don’t Forget the Shoes

Shoes are probably the last time you are thinking about on the beach since you’ll probably spend most of the time barefoot, but on some occasions, you’ll need a pair of some nice stylish shoes. Vans and Converse are a typical choice for a low-key fit, but they sure can bring the whole outfit together and in a way work as a focal point. If they feel too warm for your liking, you can always opt for sandals or a nice pair of flip flops, preferably made from natural materials since they look more stylish that way.

Accessorize the Right Way 

While thinking about accessories like jewelry and watches, you might accidentally go overboard with them to compensate for the lack of clothing and therefore style. This is where the famous phrase less is more comes in, so keep the number of bracelets per hand at a minimum, and throw away that Puka shell necklace, you don’t need it! A pair of nice sunglasses and a hat will do you more good. The heat can affect your style a lot, but try to find clothes that can replace and work as an accessory. Find a nicely colored blouse or a shirt with an interesting design, instead of gravitating towards a bunch of bracelets. A full arm of bracelets will make you look like a middle schooler!  

At the end of the day, summer is supposed to be fun and colorful, and what better way to express it than with a fresh and stylish fit. Surfer aesthetic is all about being free-spirited and chill, so what’s stopping you from exploring that side of yourself? Forget the basic white tees and worn-out denim shorts, that’s old news. Don’t be afraid to mix and match, explore your options with new materials. Try out funky floral patterns perfectly suitable for the summer or experiment with different colors you were afraid of wearing before. Just be yourself and don’t stress about it too much. Try to find the perfect clothing items that will make you feel comfortable but also stylish at the same time!

Martin Maina

Martin Maina

Martin Maina is a professional writer and blogger who uses his expertise, skills, and personal experience in digital marketing to craft content that resonates with audiences. Deep down, he believes that if you cannot do great things, then you can do small things in a great way. To learn more, you can connect with him on Twitter.

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