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That gauze paneling will keep you cool—even when the mercury hits triple-digit highs.
A sharp white blazer always looks fresh during the summer—end of story.
Lace: it's summer's favorite fabric for a reason.
In the summertime, when outfits tend to skew more casual, a little denim jacket is all you really need outerwear-wise.
Too damn hot for a proper denim jacket? Fake the look with a chambray button-up! Left open over a slim sundress or a tank and silk shorts, it makes for a great lightweight layer.
Army jackets are a perfect pick for way-up-there temps—especially in a cropped length and double-especially in a breezy fabric like linen.
A fun way to capitalize on the athletic trend, sans sweat.
During fall and winter, you can't get enough of your leather-sleeved varsity topper. Come summer, swap that out for a whisper-thin, silky version like this one.
Armed with this bad boy, summer rainstorms don't stand a chance. Sport the bottom layer solo and you've got a sleek and easy sleeveless raincoat; wear the top jacket portion on its own for a cool cropped trench look. And yes, once the weather cools down come fall, you can wear both sections together.
Go ahead, give 'em the cold shoulder (and, uh, the cold chest, too).
Blue-and-white stripes are innately beachy—and therefore summery. The perfect extra office layer that'll look just as good over a tank and cutoffs for Sunday brunch.
Just because it's hot out doesn't mean you have to stow your go-to moto jackets—just pick one in breezy, airy crochet.
Ultra-textural bouclé may look warm, but its woven nature actually makes it every bit as breathable as crochet. This collarless number will serve you well through the summer—and into fall.
Hothouse florals—a natural choice for sweltering weather.
If all else fails, go sleeveless.