Summer Outfit Hacks with Ann Taylor

Hey everyone, I hope you all had a nice weekend. Today I’m sharing a fun Fourth of July outfit idea with Ann Taylor that is sure to keep you cool on this hot holiday. The temps have been in the high 90s down here in Louisiana lately, which makes it so hard to get dressed in the morning considering you don’t even want to put clothes. Unfortunately, no clothing is not an option so I’ve come up with a couple of cute outfit hacks to make getting dressed a little more enjoyable in this extreme heat!

1) The Scarf Top

My top favorite summer outfit hack is the “scarf top.” I love converting full, lightweight scarves into stylish cropped tops during the summer time. I found this floral embroidered scarf at Ann Taylor and it just so happens to be 40% OFF right now with code: MYSTERY

What is your favorite summer outfit hack? See how I’ve worn a scarf as a top last summer here—> Two Ways To Style Pants in the Summer Time

I love me some slide sandals especially when they’re hot pink! I scored this pretty pair from Ann Taylor for 40% OFF! A pink pair of sandals is the the perfect way to add a fun pop of color to any summer outfit.

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2) Bring on the shade!

One of best ways to protect your face from the sun other than SPF is with a stylish summer hat like this pom pom Fedora.

3) Make a “cool” statement in all white!

 Did you know that white and light pastel colors actually dispel heat instead of absorbing it? So not only do white monochromatic outfits make you look effortlessly chic, but it also helps keep you cool too?

If you love all of these ideas, make sure to head over to Instagram for a chance to WIN a $1,000 shopping spree to Ann Taylor to spruce up your summer wardrobe!

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Outfit: Scarf Converted into a Top | Striped Tie Waist Shorts | Pink Quilted Slide Sandals | Take 40% OFF your Ann Taylor purchase with code: MYSTERY

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