The flowers are blooming, the weather is warm, and a foray into the Hill Country is on the books for many Central Texans! Raquel Greer Gordian of Greer Image Consulting gave Studio 512 her tips for dressing for a winery. In general, she says to think about your clothing comfort level for the whole day, layers for changes in weather, accessories as a nod to the area and shoes that you can walk in!
- Chunky knit sweater + ripped denim shorts — This time of year is unpredictable with weather, so bringing in a lightweight warmer element (sweater) w/ a hot weather staple (shorts) is a good mix + adds interest to your look. Add a bralette under for a sexy detail and turquoise accessories for a Hill Country touch.
- Silky, dark jumpsuit — This option might seem dressier, but when you add casual day elements like a platform sandal and a wide brim straw hat, you can create a dressy casual look that transitions from winery to evening activities. (Here’s a cool hack: if you liked this look, check Target’s sleep section. Raquel’s dark blue jumpsuit is actually made of pajama material!)
- Blazer + body suit + cotton shorts — Bring your blazer out to play after a year of collecting dust in the closet. Make it work for the winery w/ fun, fresh elements like a deep v-neck bodysuit, textured shorts and a wedge sandal.
- Biker shorts + crop top — If you like to keep it way comfy, wear your go-to biker shorts! Add a shirt jacket over the top to make it trendy, and a long necklace over the sports bra/short combo for an accessory that’ll pop.
It’s a brand-new world: is your wardrobe ready? Raquel offers virtual shopping, and she’s offering new options for virtual styling, too. Follow her blog and learn more about her services at www.greerimageconsulting.com.
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