• let's forget about LBD for now
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  • the classics will always have your back
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  • all about the balance between the opposites
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    The approach to it is nothing but simply by choosing this one breezy little fabric called linen. It is by far the most cooling fabric you can find out there. Yes, even more so than silk and cotton, which might take many by surprise. Not buying it? I came prepared – Vogue had done the scientific research endorsing linen to be the coolest fabric of choice to wear on sunny days. If something is Vogue-approved then this thing is for sure officially in style.
    Even though poor linen might not be everyone’s choice to look sexy in, it can definitely look cool. I find it to be exceptionally chic too. Especially so when it is in the form of a sleek blazer – the one thing we will never get tired of. Linen has always been a key go-to for me during summer, and I can never resist a good piece when I find one. I swear the crisp and stiff material makes the most perfect warm-day blazer, like this Thoery one I snatched on The Outnet (sold out on there, but I got other similar styles for you at the end). It is also versatile enough that can either be paired with denim for the street or tailored pants for a more polished look. And I can also assure you that it is really as cooling as the science declared it to be – coming from someone who can’t handle heat well. So there you have it, style and function all wrapped up in one. Really, I can’t think of any better way to do tailoring in summer than this.

    What I wore: 

    THEORY Winola linen blazer (similar here & here) || LEVI’S Wedgie jeans || H&M camisole || ATP ATELIER Cyla sandals (flat version here)


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