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What To Wear On A Hot Evening Out

By Laura Feasey  -

July 22, 2019

What To Wear On A Hot Evening Out

Sunshine and nights out are the perfect combo, but it's not easy to stay stylish in the heat. Whether you're in a heatwave or on holiday, we've put together some tips for keeping it cool in every situation.

1) The Beach Bar

The Beach Bar

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Chino shorts are a holiday staple, and they're a great piece to take from sightseeing to sipping cocktails. Style yours with a short-sleeve shirt, wear it open with a crisp white tee underneath, it'll strike a smart casual feel and the layers will keep you covered if the temperature starts to drop.

2) The Swanky Bar

The Swanky Bar

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Hotel bar on holiday or rooftop bar at home, this is the chance to indulge in summer tailoring. Pastel pinks and dusky blues are a season fave. Swap the usual shirt with a tee to keep it looking dapper but relaxed, and don't be afraid to mix and match different coloured trousers and blazers. Finish with a pair of loafers and a sleek watch.

3) The Pub Garden

The Pub Garden

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Sunshine goes hand in hand with pub gardens; what better way to spend a sultry summer's eve than with a beer in your hand and a seat at your local? Chinos and trainers are a smart casual combo that'll suit any beer garden, pair yours with a short-sleeve shirt in a light, breezy fabric to stay subtly stylish.

4) The Club

The Club

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Clubbing outfits can be difficult to get right in hot weather, so we've got a failsafe formula… Pick a pair of lightweight suit trousers and wear them with smart trainers, or brogues depending on how fancy the venue is. Finish with a simple tee, turned up at the cuffs to ooze that stylish without trying vibe.

5) The Gig

The Gig

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The classic rocker look isn't too summer-friendly, so ditch the leather jacket and find a short sleeve Hawaiian shirt instead. Pair it with black skinny jeans and finish with some lightweight Chelsea boots and you'll keep your cool in a crowded venue this summer.

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