How to: Wear Cut-Outs (Without Showing Too Much Skin)

After a long week of barbecue and beach trips, it feels as if summer has officially began. Granted, that auspicious day doesn’t actually come until June 20, but with the rising mercury, we continue to maintain that the weather necessitates warm weather staples. But, we don’t believe in just throwing on a  cute tank  and denim cut-offs- we believe in looking hot in the heat with stylish duds. And you know what our fave way is to snag some easy style points? Clothes with cut-outs.  So, we put together a mini gallery of some super stylish girls with cut-outs, as well as had one of our stylists pull a few looks she thinks you’re gonna love. Take a look and make sure to let us know what you think.

Coral Cut-Out Cutie

(cut-out peplum dress, woven chain bib necklace, textured jewel shield ring, and suede platforms)

Romp(er) Around

(cat eye sunglasses, open back romper, skull stone earrings, woven zigzag bangle set, curved colorblock snakeskin wedges, and believe two finger ring)

British Babe

(boys with accents graphic top, colorblock reptile handbag, textured pattern stretch bracelet, bamboo shield ring, faceted stone medallion ring, distressed frayed denim shorts, column cluster ring, and t-strap sandals)

What was your fave look?

2 thoughts on “How to: Wear Cut-Outs (Without Showing Too Much Skin)

    • If you are referring to the orange sweater featured in the 2nd image, we do not carry that piece. The first three images are of street style bloggers. We included them in the post to give you gals some inspiration. But maybe you can find something similar on GoJane. Have fun shopping!


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