How To Wear A Sweater In The Summer

Front view of girl wearing red summer sweater on stairsRed Summer Sweater Back viewGirl wearing Red summer sweaterDocle Vita fringe shoe

Generally when we think of wearing a sweater, cold winter months come to mind. However, there is such a thing as a summer sweater. Speaking from a sweater designer, trust me when I tell you they exist.

Even though its the last thing you want to wear, there are ones designed just for warmer weathers. I know. It sounds like an oxymoron!

In this outfit I’m wearing a chunky cotton pullover sweater, I designed a few years ago. Although it sounds heavy in weight, it actually is light and airy. The thick and think (known as a slub) construction of the yarn allows little air pockets to form.

The benefit of cotton fiber helps keep you cool (in temperature of course) when wearing. It has breathable and moisture-wicking characteristics. The slub yarn creates a texture to give it stitch interest. And how can you say “no” to a pop of fiery red color for summer! It’s also a perfect throw on over any bathing suit during the cool summer evenings by the beach.

I restyled the tie dye denim jeans on this post and wore them this time with a pair of suede sandals. The fringe details make this a “business in the front and party in the back” kind of shoe.

The medium stacked heel makes it easier to walk all day on. It’s so versatile! I can wear them to work with a cute summer dress or weekends hanging out with friends and family. The neutral color keeps the color balanced and lets the  bright sweater do all the talking.

Do you have a favorite summer sweater? Please do share.

Xo,

E.


Details: Nordstrom Collection Cotton Slub Sweater [similar] Stella McCartney Tie Dye Denim Trousers Dolce Vita Sandals [similar]

E”s Summer Sweater Recommendations:

1 Eckhaus Latta Wiggly Road Sweater 2 Rag & Bone Adira Cotton Blend Sweater 3 See by Chloe Cotton Blend Pullover 4 Vince Waffle Stitch Tank

 

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