What Should I Wear Tomorrow? Your Fashion Forecast For NYC, LA, And The Rest Of The US
It's finally the weekend, and though this four-day week may have felt like a month thanks to the the aftermath of Memorial Day celebrations, it's time to relax and regroup. Much of the country will enjoy good weather this weekend, with a few scattered storms through Texas and Florida. Whether you're in the mood for taking a stroll outside, catching some rays or grabbing brunch with friends, try one of these ensembles for a perfectly relaxed off-duty look. And with June almost upon us, now is the ideal time to invest in some warm weather staples. Sweaters to protect you from the slight evening chill, summer weight slip dresses and the perfect jean jacket are essentials for keeping your weather seasonally appropriate, with luxe extras such as a great scarf and oversized shades.
For 70 degrees and up, a flirty skirt or a feminine floral dress accented with a pair of sandals is your best bet to beat the heat. If rainy weather has you fearing for the safety of your ensemble, add a stylish anorak and some waterproof shoes to protect you from the downpour. And an umbrella with an eye-catching print will make your day infinitely sunnier even when the weather is overcast. Read on for your Saturday Fashion Forecast.
While it's not quite time to haul out your cutoffs and tees yet, it will finally be skirt weather in New York this weekend. Try Parker's Wesley Skirt paired with an oversized navy sweater and booties for a chic off-duty ensemble.
Yet another hot day with scattered thunderstorms is headed for Houston, so if you're a local who's not planning to stay indoors all day, opt for a pair of loose boyfriend jeans with a silk tank and open toe sandals. Sebago's Poole T-Strap Sandals are a functional and fashionable addition to your warm-weather ensemble.
A lightweight silk dress will be your best friend in L.A. this weekend, thanks to 81 degree weather and partial cloud cover. Add on heeled sandals, a cotton scarf, and a jean jacket in case the temperature drops in the evening. J.Crew's Vintage Denim Jacket has a faded wash that will add the perfect relaxed vibe to your dress
Miami's tropical temperature and scattered thunderstorms tomorrow call for light, removable layers and some durable rain gear. If you'd like nothing better than to throw on your favorite shorts and sandals, go for it — but add on a light anorak in case of rain. Try BCBGeneration's Semi-Memory Quilted Anorak for a light and stylish outerwear option.
Juneau's residents can look forward to a waterlogged weekend thanks to rainfall on saturday. However, inclement weather is simply an excuse to purchase an adorable umbrella. This Automatic Navy Style UV Umbrella from Light in the Box offers a chic way to stay dry on Saturday.
Boston's fickle weather forecast for Saturday necessitates a pair of waterproof shoes, just in case the downpour catches you on the way to your weekend plans. Mel by Melissa's Mel Mango II Flats are the holy grail of waterproof shoes: comfortable, chic, and not overly sturdy-looking.
Chicago residents are in luck with a bright forecast of 70 degrees for Saturday. It may be time for residents to bring out their best floral dresses to enjoy the beautiful weather. Joie's Caspara Dress has elegance to spare thanks to a delicate floral pattern and ethereal design.
Mark Twain may not have cared for San Francisco's summer weather, but as the city's residents can attest, it looks beautiful no matter what the thermometer may read. Nevertheless, carry a snug sweater with you for slightly chilly weather on Saturday. Try Free People's Pebble Dash Sweater for
Images: Parker Wesley Skirt, $220, piperlime.gap.com; Sebago Poole T-Strap Sandals, $85, zappos.com; J.Crew's Vintage Denim Jacket, $128, jcrew.com; BCBGeneration Semi-Memory Quilted Anorak, $84, bcbgeneration.com; Automatic Navy Style UV Umbrella, $29.99, lightinthebox.com; Mel by Melissa Mel Mango II, $40.99, zappos.com; Joie Caspara Dress, $298, shopbop.com; Free People Pebble Dash Sweater, $108, revolveclothing.com