FELLAS!!! The time you’ve been waiting for all year is upon us: Summer 2017. And you know what that means; vacations, alcohol, and ladies in sundresses (*inserts thankful praying hands emoji*).
As much as we look forward to these things, and showing off our “not so summer time fine” bodies, we also look forward to dressing for summer. Whether you’re going to Panama, South Padre, or Cozumel with Urban Events Global, you will need to be dressed to impressed to gain the attention of others.
…Continue reading for the much needed essentials “from your head down to your shoes … skirt on 22’s”
Want to elevate your Spring Break Swag? Wear a hat! Whether it’s a bucket hat, dad hat, sombrero, snapback or fedora… wear it! Check out the Humble Flourish Brand for a simple, yet outstanding dad hat that will definitely turn heads. And it’ll show people that you are about your business, even when you’re vacationing for pleasure.
Support your favorite local brand buy purchasing and actually BRANDING! By wearing your favorite brand during your leisure time, you’re actually gaining them support, increasing their following, and potentially, building their business. WHY WOULDN’T YOU??! (I mean, of course YOU would want someone to rep your brand). Look into The Last Tribe, Urban Outfitters (of course) or have your own tee made by Tossie’s Tees. Pro Tip: If you want to jazz up the outfit, wear some cutoff shorts.
So you’ve gotten most of your outfit together and now it’s time for the hard part… SHOES. If you are comfortable with showing your toes, by all means wear flip flops… just don’t wear them with socks! If you’re more on the subtle side, wear a pair of single-color Roshes or Huaraches. If you want to spice things up a little, put on some driving shoes.
And I highly advise NOT to wear your favorite pair of Jordans! You never know if you’ll be pushed into a pool, asked to walk on the beach with your boo, or if there will be horrible weather. Don’t ruin your summer fun by getting your favorite J’s scuffed or destroyed by mother nature. Plan accordingly and don’t bring your showstoppers to the show.