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Summer is June, July and August
For climate scientists summer is June, July and August. Going with their definition, summer is over despite the calendar gives us a grace until September 23. Let’s cross fingers that the weather does so as well or even better than that. However, here in the Interior of Alaska, it looks already like fall and feels like early November in Germany. Here are my best outfits for work and play. While the easiest way to look work appropriate in summer is a dress – it’s my summmer favorite – there are many other options to look chic during the warm season of the year.Best summer outfits for work and play Click To Tweet
Anyhow, here are my favorite outfits of this summer.Alaska has four seasons: June, July , August and winter. #Alaska Click To Tweet
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You can wear a scuba outfit to work
Finally, the weather permitted me to wear the scuba sheath dress that I bought in February to update my wardrobe with something purple/violet. I styled it for the office with my cropped scuba jacket that I already owned. The pumps were also an addition for this warm season to add this years It color violet. The long suede belt gives the look the finishing touch.
I love sheath dresses. They are instant style. Add a pair of pumps and a work bag and you are ready to go to the office. Also there are many ways to wear them. Interested? Check this post on various ways to wear a sheath.
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