|Club Monaco dress (sale), Tom Ford sunglasses (different color),|
Chloe handbag, Crown Vintage sandals
When we lived in California, I thought the hottest time of year was the period surrounding Labor Day and was completely unprepared for the heat and humidity of New England summers. Now I understand what is meant by the term, “the dog days of summer,” which is defined as the period from July 3 through August 11 where the Northern Hemisphere typically experiences the hottest temperatures of the year.
I learned a few tricks to stay cool: 1. Check a weather app to figure out the optimum time to run errands 2. Put my hair up when I feel too warm and 3. Wearing light, airy dresses helps a lot, too. This one, a birthday gift from my mom, is both stylish and prevents me from overheating. Paired with low-heeled sandals, the effect is casual, yet stylish.