It’s Summers And You Need A Do Over! | Haider Rifaat

When summers hit rock bottom, you know it’s time to alter your wardrobe. ‘Fashion’ is not just limited to designing outfits. Who says you cannot look trendy in casual clothes? It is all about carrying yourself. If you are wondering what to wear on a hot sunny day, then I have the right tips for making your summer fashionable.

  •  Select the clothes that scream ‘SUMMER’ – It’s all about creativity. Wearing baggy jeans and a loose shirt is not what you call fashionable. This goes to all the men out there! If you are trying to battle out the scorching heat, then your best bet would be wearing a dark denim jean paired with a plain black or gray tee and H&M sunglasses. Sounds ideal? Hell yes! Remember, fashion is all about personal style.




  • Short hair is ideal! – Sorry if this bullet point offended some long haired guys. Maintaining hair in summers is a challenge especially if you have long hair. Short hair is ideal for summers. Trust me, you don’t want to look like ‘Hagrid’ from Hogwarts!
  • Yes, Sun screen is fashionable – For those of you who ignore sun screen have no idea how glamorous it can look on your skin, especially in summers! Sun screen helps prevent your skin from burning. But how is it fashionable? I have an answer to that question! Not only does sun screen keep your skin protected, it also helps maintain a uniform layer of glow on your skin throughout the day.

If you want to look like a winner, you have got to change your looks according to the seasons. Summers are all about being hip and stylish. If you put these three things into practice, I am sure you would set up a trend on your own. Lead by example, always!


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