Tag: how to dress for warm weather

Layering for Spring (and Beyond)

Guys, it’s finally time to gear up for Spring! One of the hallmarks of the season is its fluctuating temperatures, not to mention its characteristically volatile weather patterns – “April showers,” and all that. In the morning, it may be one temperature, in the afternoon another, and in the evening a totally different one. We’ve done our part to prepare you for warm weather by offering lighter fabrications and seasonal textiles such as wool, silk, and linen blends. So now it’s time to talk about how to layer clothes, an essential part of any sartorial strategy. Lightweight separates layer in warmth when you need it and remove easily when you don’t. Below, a quick look at some cool ways to pull it all together.

 

Weather Spring to Summer with Flair

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Have you heard the great news? Spring is finally here, and summer is right around the corner. Now that you’ve returned your polar fleece to storage, let’s discuss the most efficient ways to switch up your wardrobe in preparation for warm weather.

 

The very first step you must take is to observe your workplace to discern a general dress code. This is especially important because some allow short sleeve shirts and shorts during the summertime, but others frown upon wearing them in a professional setting. If in doubt, always choose the more formal option. Most office buildings have a central cooling system, so you most likely needn’t worry about being uncomfortably warm at your place of… Continue>>

What to Wear in Warm Weather

Pima Cotton KnitThe mere thought of life before air conditioning sends shivers down our spines. How the species survived is a mystery to us. But while office buildings today may be climate controlled to keep employees cool under pressure, you’ll still want clothing items that keep you looking and feeling fresh as you shuttle from morning meeting to lunch appointment to dinner date.

So consider these springtime suggestions a “warm-up” preparation for summer, when things really start to scorch. By then you’ll be an old pro at dressing for the sunshine.

Suits

Wool breathes, allowing for air circulation to keep you cool in warm weather. A lightweight wool suit can… Continue>>