Fashion tips for Summer 2014 By Celebrity TV stylist and designer Mark Heyes

It is always very difficult to decide what to wear during the Summer when we are challenged by the weather. We have asked Celebrity TV stylist and designer Mark Heyes to give us some advice and here are his Fashion tips for Summer 2014. 

Mark Hayes Fashion tips for Summer 2014

Colour

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Don’t be afraid of embracing some colour for this Summer Season 2014. There are amazing hues to choose from, and remember you can use it to your advantage too!
If you’re curvy up top think about wearing a pop of colour at the bottom, try a pair of bright jeans paired with a flattering black boyfriend blazer. If you’re pear shaped, work some colour up top and don’t be afraid to clash! Tangerine and cobalt look amazing together. Remember to keep your bottoms dark with a pair of slimming black 7/8s.

Sheer

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Ladies don’t fear sheer! The best way to work the trend is with a tailored tee! Thankfully this one from my Ava by Mark Heyes range at Marisota rocks two trends in one, cobalt and sheer! The strategic placing of the sheer band means nothing untoward is showing, it’s the perfect amount of peekaboo!

Swimwear

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It’s the time of year that everyone gets worried about baring all on the beach, but fret not there’s some clever styling tips and technology to help you along the way. To minimise bottoms try drawing attention up top, by maximising that cleavage! A striped or polka dot bikini top with classic navy bottom always works a treat! Alternatively if you’re conscious of your tummy, a tankini is a must. And if you’re completely conscious of everything, try a skirtini. They’re brilliant!

 

Images’ credit: Marisota

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