What Will You Wear On The Summer Solstice?
All hail the sun! Saturday, June 21 is the Summer Solstice—the longest day of the year—and if you’re not planning to spend all day frolicking under warm summer skies, blowing kisses at the sun and drinking mojitos from a water bottle by a large body of water, you’re doing something wrong. It’s kind of like when you were in college, and they had those stupid all-day “music festivals” which were really just an excuse for a bunch of freshman to drink themselves near death. Well, sort of. This time, the day is glamorous, and mystical, and generally much cooler than those college riot fests. Plus, you have a better wardrobe now.
To celebrate the sun in style, try:
Evil eye shoes, to keep away the bad witches.
Fringed black shorts for channeling your good witch.
Some sort of flowing kimono caftan thing, to channel your inner druid.
A lacy bra to keep the whole thing light and airy.
Something printed with stars, for honoring the sun and all her brilliant sisters.
A parasol, because the sun’s not kidding around.