Dressed for: Excessive Heat Warnings


Dress – Gabriella Rocha via 6pm (no longer available) – similar
Necklace – Glam Savvy courtesy SBG Designs (use code SAVE25 for 25% off thru 9/5!)
Bracelets – Sage K & Co
Earrings – Patinasimilar
Sandals – Korks by Kork-Ease Uma (only $29.99!)
Bag – eBay

We’ve had some brutal heat and humidity over the past few weeks, and I’ve had to switch to my default hot weather outfit: Sleeveless dress, interesting necklace, sandals. Anything else is just a big bag of misery. Luckily, I have this sparkly new SBG Designs necklace to perk things up. Designer Sara – a local gal – keeps versatility in mind when creating her jewels, and has shown me about a dozen different ways to style this necklace. (I feel like plenty of designers make this promise, but Sara isn’t kidding. Really fun variations.) I went for basic here, but will definitely share the other configurations soon!


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7 Responses to “Dressed for: Excessive Heat Warnings”

  1. Susan

    This is a great length of skirt on you. I think you hit your sweet spot for length! Very flattering!

  2. Ruth

    You look lovely but to me that outfit makes me feel that it would be too hot for a heated day. I would want woven cotton, not a jersey, short loose sleeves to protect from sunburn (and make me less conscious of potentially sweaty armpits), I would worry the metal chain would heat up in the sun, the waist looks too constricting and I certainly would want flats. I guess your friend in the burlap sack would be more my kind of style.
    By the way, we are having an Indian summer in England. Am I the only person who at this time of year feels that I have to wear, in rotation, any summer clothes that I may have unfairly neglected this year? It doesn’t matter if I don;t feel like it, or they are unsuitable for what I am doing. They have to get their ‘moment in the sun’ to stop me feeling guilty for owning them.