Jun 19, 2015

The Secret to Wearing Black in the Summer

Style blogger Anthony Urbano shares his one simple rule for wearing black in the summer: less is more.

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Black isn’t a color you’d usually associate with summer attire especially when most of the fashion trends tend to lean toward bright hues and softer pastels. For us New Yorkers, however, black is a year-round staple so incorporating this dark color into our warm weather wardrobes is always a must. When it comes to staying cool in all-black-everything, I’m sticking with the less is more approach. Literally less - as in as least fabric as possible. For this outfit I paired a sleeveless hoodie with some layered shorts to help add some interest and texture. A pair of fresh white high-tops finish the look and bring just the right amount of contrast to this otherwise monochromatic outfit.

Wearing:

Threads 4 Thought Hoodie // Chapter Shorts // Koio Collective Sneakers // Armani Exchange Backpack // ASOS Socks

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tagged Threads 4 Thought, Chapter, Koio Collective, asos