A Hot Weather Neckline Look 3

April 12th, 2012

    1. Summer Knit

    There are knits for every season, including the summer. This is a very thin (almost see-through) cotton/silk blend with a low-cut neckhole. It looks like a dressy sweater, but feels lighter than a t-shirt.

    Bonus Tip: This is the perfect look for a “nice” dinner or “fancy” summer evening event. It looks put-together and suave, but breethes much better than a traditional collared shirt. Keeping the neck cool and open goes a long way in keeping your body temperature down.

    Bonus Tip II: Lightweight wool hopsack (think loosely woven and textured) is a very underrated warm-weather fabric. These suit pants – from the grey hopsack suit in my new collection are a great alternatives to cotton or linen summer trousers. The best part is, the grey color makes this suit appropriate for at least 3 seasons.