If you love picnics, as much as I do, you know that sometimes it can be hard to find an outfit that’s suitable to wear at them. Picnic tables and benches are not always the cleanest of places, so it’s nice to have something on hand that can help keep your outfit from getting dirty or ruined before the end of the day! But don’t worry; these picnic outfit ideas will not only make you look great at any picnic, but they’ll also help keep your outfit nice and tidy!
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Shirts are great for picnics because they’re comfortable, easy to layer, and ideal when it’s sunny. Check out any old t-shirts from your closet—they’re almost all ready to go. Make sure you keep an eye on how much sunlight you’ll be in though because that can make a difference between comfortable and sunburned. If you know you’ll be outside most of your time at a picnic, find something light that won’t get too hot or just leave it open over a tank top or light undershirt. Avoiding cotton is also key if you want your shirt to last; wool is good but synthetics like polyester will be more comfortable in more conditions.
Pleated A-Line Skirt
It doesn’t get more classic than a pleated skirt, but there are tons of ways to style it. Take your pick from retro-style patterns or look for more modern silhouettes like those at Dôen; plus, you can make your skirt as short or long as you like. When it comes to tops, opt for a loose tee or play around with ruffles—either way, you’ll want to layer something over your tummy when it gets chilly. Denim shorts: In our opinion, denim makes almost everything look cooler (and cozier), which is why we love pairing cropped denim shorts with everything from light tees to long-sleeved blouses.
Cute Sun Hat
Be sure to protect your face from harmful UV rays when you’re outside in sunny weather. An adorable sun hat is a fun, functional accessory that can also add a pop of color to an otherwise neutral ensemble. Hats are also great because they can be paired with literally any style—from business casual outfits to party dresses. If you’re not confident in your skills at making clothing alterations, be sure to invest in a hat that fits perfectly right off the rack—you don’t want something too big or too small messing up your look.
We all know that arm candy is essential for any daytime or night-time outing. Picking a bag is crucial to your outfit. Look for small crossbody bags in neutral colors like tan, brown, black, or navy with a touch of sparkle. These will complement many different styles of clothes with minimal effort on your part. If you want something a little more eye-catching look for vibrant fabrics like linen or cotton with an exotic print. And if you’re just looking to show off, there are endless ways to customize your purse that can really make it pop. If neon isn’t really your thing, choose colorful accessories such as wallets, headbands, or belts that can accentuate your favorite clothing without being too overbearing.
Despite how fun they look, beach sandals shouldn’t be worn unless you are actually at a beach. You can get away with wearing them to picnics but avoid leaving a sandy trail behind you wherever you go. Beach sandals work perfectly for outdoor picnics since your feet will be fully exposed regardless of where you are sitting. Sandals, like Hunter Women’s Original Short Gloss Rain Boot, come in many colors so it should be easy to find one that matches your picnic attire. But no matter what color or style of sandals you wear, remember to bring an extra pair of clean socks just in case!
Tropical Water Bottle
Want to ensure you look your best on that summer picnic date? Don’t forget about your jewelry. While our traditional thinking associates pearls with an evening-out look, their subtle sheen can be just as refined during a day spent in fresh air. Here are a few of our favorite styles: _____ _____ _____. Which one do you like best? Are there any other necklaces or earrings that would work well with these outfits? What about bracelets or rings? Include your favorite combinations in your post.
Perfect for evening picnics, a clutch-style purse is an easy way to bring along your cash, credit cards, phone and lip gloss. Many clutches can be carried as a crossbody bag, which frees up your hands to push aside tall grass or hold open your blanket or basket. If you don’t want to purchase a new clutch, there are always ways to reuse what you already have on hand. Try using a pillowcase as a fun way to store your phone and keys at night—and carry it along in place of a real purse during daytime outings. Don’t forget that pocket-sized books make great companions on sunny days as well—which means you won’t even need extra room in your bag.
One of my favorite go-to pieces to bring on a picnic is a simple strand of pearls. Not only do they work well with any type of shirt or dress, but they also happen to match many kinds of fruits, which makes them fun to wear. Make sure that you always carry a small handkerchief (to protect your outfit) in your bag as well. You never know when a mosquito might stop by! Don’t forget that fresh-cut flowers can be another simple way to add flair to your ensemble—just make sure you cut them yourself so you know what chemicals have been used. They don’t need to be fancy; just pretty, natural blossoms will work perfectly fine.
These simple tips will make you look like a pro at picnics. It might be fun to wear cute outfits while eating, but it’s also important to feel comfortable and stay clean. Whether you’re going to a family reunion or attending an outdoor concert, staying fashionable is easy with these basic tips. Remember that comfort is key – don’t forget your sunglasses, sunscreen, and bug spray so you can have a great time in any of these outfits.