Here’s What to Wear in 80-Degree Weather

One of the few pitfalls of gloriously warm weather is the conundrum of how to feel stylish while staying temperately comfortable. After all, when the weather reaches 80 degrees and upward, few articles of clothing actually feel nice to wear (linen, shorts, swimsuits—you get the picture). As we steer into the scorching summer months, we’re making the conscious decision to do it with several stylish outfits in mind that will not only be quick and easy to assemble but will also keep us cool.

We turned to some of our favorite women in fashion for ideas on how to pull off a strong look in hot temps, and what we found was a slew of effortless ensembles that you likely already have in your closet. From a floral dress and sandals to the open-back blouse you need ASAP, scroll down to see and shop these 10 imitable looks for 80-degree weather.

Jean Jacket + Gingham Skirt

 

There is perhaps no more summery pairing than blue denim and a gingham print. If it gets too hot for the jacket, tie it around your waist.

Camisole + Statement Skirt

 

Need to keep it professional without sweating obscenely? Tuck a tank into a midi skirt and accessorize with a pair of mules.

Open-Back Top + Jeans

 

Opt for a blouse with a little built-in air conditioning, if you will.

Overalls + Sports Bra

 

Do your best athleisure moment and wear a sports bra with some live-in overalls.

Tank Top + Corduroys

 

Go sleeve-free with a simple white tank and bright pants.

Oversize Tee + Bold Pants

 

When it’s hot, the less your clothes cling on to you, the better. That’s why we suggest a baggy graphic tee and roomy slacks.

Tied Tee + Baggy Jeans

 

Show off your midriff with a quick knot around your T-shirt.

Floral Dress + Sandals

 

It doesn’t get more effortless than this.

Breezy Shirt + Denim Skirt

 

Headed to the office? Tuck a reworked shirt into a denim midi skirt.

Pleated Dress + Expert Layers

 

Cinch your outerwear around your waist during the day and toss it on at night.

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