3 Effortless Summer Outfits

Santa Barbara’s temperature may average 70 degrees all year round but summer mornings bring a cool fog before it burns off into a bright day. 

Here’s how we’re dressing to handle the shifts in temp. 

Our go-to summer shorts are made by Baum und Pferdgarten with organic cotton and elastane, so you can move throughout your day feeling stylish, comfortable, and ready for anything thrown at you.
We like pairing these shorts with Alex Mill’s staple cotton/linen blend white button-up and our favorite bikini top by Rylee and Cru in a beautiful seafoam in case you need to recharge at the end of the day with a salty sunset swim. 
We believe that clothes are a means of self-expression and creativity. So, even if you’re feeling a bit blue (and aren’t we all these days), brighten your mood by playing with different textures, prints, and hues. 

100% vegetable hand-dyed gingham skirt by Ichi Antiquités lets you play with the incredibly soft cotton and linen fabric, while the vegetable dye has multiple hues of blue — this silhouette is flattering and allows your body to move freely throughout the day. 

Style with our favorite recycled cotton T-shirt by Harlin, made for you to wear throughout the summer and into the winter. Add this lightweight quilted jacket in Indigo by Micaela Greg if it’s a bit chilly in the morning or evening. 
Day to night, neutral and earthy tones can be effortlessly be worn. This long-sleeve button-up was designed by the brand It Is Well and produced in L.A with a soft, lightweight 100% Japanese voile cotton. We love wearing this sophisticated, yet understated top with the Caron Callahan’s cotton balloon pants in tobacco. These pants hug all the right places, with just the right amount of fabric — you won't get too hot or too cold.