How to wear black in summer and not die trying – Cuadra México
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How to wear black in summer

Yes, we know it. Black may not be a very summery color. But we also know that it is the favorite color of many people and, regardless of the season, they will use it. It certainly has enormous advantages: it is easy to combine, elegant, it is better for the silhouette and you can wear it on any occasion. The secret is to wear clothes ADEQUATE for summer. That means: light fabrics, fresh ensembles and light structures. Keep reading to learn how to wear black in summer.

Leather skirt + black sneakers

A slightly grunge style, perfect for a casual day. Leather skirts (whether synthetic or not) usually have a textile covering on the inside that will be perfect for summer. And they are the most sophisticated, perfect to combine with a light blouse and sneakers. Comfortable, sophisticated and nothing boring. The sneakers ‘textures along with the skirt will be bold enough to stand out.

Short jumpsuit + low footwear

The jumpsuit is one of our favorite garments because they provide comfort, since they are like shorts, but they give a polished and feminine touch to our outfits. Combine a jumpsuit with minimal style and summer footwear. One of the textures that will be extremely fashionable will be those hand woven and like straw looking. Straw hats, straw bags and hand woven footwear, enjoy your textures this summer!

Palazzo + drivers

The palazzos came to stay. They are a very versatile garment, which can be worn in many ways. It can also be sexy or demure, it all depends on what you combine it with. The palazzos tend to be made in very light fabrics, therefore it is the perfect garment to wear in black and combine with accessories that give that summer air. A pair of drivers and a straw hat will complement it perfectly.

Did you like these three options to know how to wear black in summer? Remember that the shoes with which we complement the outfits can be found in our