Come every July, I have a wardrobe dilemma: while the long-awaited warm weather brings plenty of opportunities to dress up, the heat, ironically, makes me want to go clothesless. When the temperature is over 75 degrees, I can’t bother putting on a consistent outfit for fear of boob sweat – and, well, sweat everywhere. The only things I find comfortable to wear are bathing suits and light dresses. But recently, while vacationing in Saint Lucia, I discovered a particular option that is comfortable, stylish, and versatile: crochet sundresses. They became the unexpected answer to my dilemma.
Although it was kind of a “discovery” for me, crochet dresses are still in fashion during the summer. That’s partly because a design with holes is the only way to dress down and not get heatstroke, but let’s not forget the silhouette evokes the laid-back, happy vibe of a getaway. tropical and a sleeping camp.
My favorite summer dress usually has an airy poplin or linen dress, but I’m now in my It girl era – which means I want something a little more form-fitting and risque – and this style peek-a -boo is perfect for that. And although (unfortunately) I’m not on vacation all summer, luckily there’s a crochet dress suitable for all my other projects, from days spent exploring the city to romantic evenings.
Check out the mesh and mesh silhouettes I’ll be living in this summer below.
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