Summer is the time of the year when the temperature is soaring and the need to feel cool becomes critical. It can become really hard to choose an outfit without sacrificing your style. So to beat the heat and yet keep your style quotient in tach, we asked our stylists to tell us about their favorite tops for the summer
By now you must know that at StyleNook, we just love V-necks. V-neck tops are one of the classiest, versatile and flattering top styles for everyone; V-necks highlight the collarbone and balance broad shoulders.
To look even taller, go for a V-neck tank that falls at the waist or just below. Pair the tank with your favorite skinny jeans or flares and shoes. This classic summer look never goes out of style.
You might want to conceal your forearms , so say hello to your new best buddy – an off-the-shoulder top. Thanks to the loose cut and the frilly, non-constricting overlay of the top, you’ll enjoy a comfortable range of motion and coverage where you might want it.
Stylist Suggestion: Pair this top’s flowy features with some structured skinnies.
Cap sleeves get their name from the fact that they truly cap your arm, covering the shoulder and displaying your arms. This look is a hidden style arsenal that straddles the line between flaunting skin and concealing as well. The upper seam also gives the appearance of wider shoulders, which results in an smaller waist instantly.
A modern and chic sleeve design that compliments all arm types – anyone can rock it! This style is all about contrast: the broad sleeve hem makes your arm appear slender and longer in comparison.
Pick a sleeve length that complements the natural shape of your arm. When in doubt, opt for an elbow-length sleeve.
Stylist Suggestion: Pair your flutter sleeve top with your most worn-in jeans for a more boho-vibe. To spice up this look, choose a structured fabric such as a crisp cotton shirt.
The asymmetrical sleeve has our heart in for this season, for its unique take on the off-the-shoulder tops (which we still love!). With an asymmetrical or a single-shoulder top, the exposed arm looks longer due to the clean line from your neck to your wrist. And an elbow-length sleeve can be quite flattering as the slimmest part of your arm grabs attention.
Stylist Suggestion: Wear a light and airy material like cotton, rayon, or linen to embrace the mood and escape the heat.
Are you ready to amp up your look? Take the style quiz with www.stylenook.in and see what fun summer tops the stylist can pick for you. Our skilled stylists have some tricks up their sleeves to help you find the perfect style.