Wearing boots in summer
I know you will say that wearing boots in summer is really a bad idea. Still, I think that moderation is the key even when we are talking about trends and fashion.
Hat: NewEra / Shorts: Diesel / Boots: Panama Jack
Surely this is not a thing you should consider as a daily wear, but an exception.
Think about this. Going to a music festival where most of the time the setting is out in the field, forest or park. If it rains you will be walking in muddy areas, if not, just a bunch of dust so why not consider wearing boots even in summer?
Picture this. Flats or strappy sandals for such an event. I will just predict a simple scenario. Broken nails, muddy feet and maybe even injuries because you can never know what you can literally stumble upon.
Surely there are other options to consider, but I really love the shorts and boots combination.
To be sure you won’t have any bad surprises here are some basic rules you should consider:
- Pick leather interior boots so that your skin will feel great even in high temperatures.
- Never, ever think of wearing boots without socks just because it’s summer. Socks don’t necessarily keep warm, they drain sweat and keep the skin healthy
- Talking about socks, go for cotton all the time. Bad socks are worse than no socks.
- Don’t stay more than 8-10 hours in boots especially when it’s really hot outside.
As I just said, moderation is the key in feeling and looking great while wearing boots in summer.
I picked my favorite Panama Jack boots for a cool music festival inspired look.
Paired up with some ripped shorts and a mesh top, plus a small backpack for necessities and of course a baseball cap to be sure the sun won’t bother me much. Never forget sunglasses because they will make you look good even if you are not wearing make-up 😉
Hats and caps are always a great idea when sitting all day in the sun. Better safe than sorry.
Ready for you summer festival trip?