10 Ways to Combat the Summer Heat in Style

It's been hot outside. And it's not only hot, but also humid. So aside from figuring out how to fix up our melting makeup, we've been a bit perplexed about what to wear. But we're pretty sure we've just found the answer.

This week, our favorite bloggers ditched their tight, formfitting pieces for roomy, boxy silhouettes. Airy tunics met flat sandals. Bohemian blouses with wide sleeves were paired with silk shorts or denim skirts in lieu of skinny jeans. Scroll down to see how 10 very stylish ladies pulled it all off, and then follow suit. We've got a feeling these easy, laid-back looks will be all the inspiration you need when you're getting dressed — especially after a long weekend of endless barbecues and fun with friends.Source: Instagram user theblondesaladblog

Pair an oversize collared dress with your low-top sneakers, and go hands-free with a lightweight crossbody bag. Source: Instagram user alwaysjudging

A casual, loose tee doesn't appear so sloppy once it's been layered over a pleated midi skirt. Source: Instagram user camtyox

An all-in-one colorblock tunic makes it supereasy to style the rest of your look — just grab your go-to accessories. Source: Instagram user couldihavethat

Choose a busy frock, and then throw on complementing accoutrements, like a minipouch and shades. Source: Instagram user lovelypepa

An athletic cut on an asymmetrical top looks luxe draped over a pair of silk shorts. Source: Instagram user rumineely

We've found that sliders look great with all our Summer dresses, but a basic maxi dress like this one makes them a focal point. Source: Instagram user seaofshoes

This throw-on-and-go v-neck number gets a boost with a touch of delicate gold jewelry. Source: Instagram user smashleybell

While we're all about Aimee Song's flouncy embroidered blouse, she added espadrille sneakers to complete the perfect errand-running outfit. Source: Instagram user songofstyle

Throw any breezy, oversize tee you've got in your closet over a pleated skirt (or one with a cute hem), and you've just designed a brand-new dress. Source: Instagram user theblondesaladblog