With August’s often-scorching temperatures, it’s not always easy to beat the heat in style. Finding plus-size looks that are both fashionable and able to withstand the hot and humid weather can be even more challenging — but it doesn’t have to be.My favorite go-to summer looks typically involve a fun and fresh off-the-shoulder detail. When it comes to these skin-baring stunners, I opt for thin layered satins and breezy ruffles to help bring the outfit to life. Colorful cold-shoulder maxis and rompers are an easy and flirty look that makes you feel great.If you’re in desperate need of a warm-weather outfit refresh, have no fear. Click through to shop 10 plus-size off-the-shoulder statement pieces that will leave you looking stylish — no sweat.For more style inspiration, follow me on Instagram and read my style blog, Margie Plus.Read more from Yahoo Beauty + Style:• 6 must-have pieces from Gabi Fresh and Nicolette Mason’s new line, Premme• 8 plus-size summer trends to shop now• The $72 pre-destroyed T-shirt that celebs loveFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.Xhilaration Women’s Off-the-Shoulder Printed Woven Jumpsuit, $35, Target (Photo: Target)
Somebody call the grammar police on this offending Topshop tee. One of Nordstrom‘s latest offerings, the “It’s Not Me Slash Tee” by Topshop, is being advertised on its website bearing a familiar breakup phrase — except Topshop should have hired a copy editor before manufacturing the T-shirt, because it bears a grammatical error so glaring, it has us gritting our teeth. “Let him down easy with this relaxed tee made with a neckline that’s slashed on one side and quickly ends the conversation on the other,” the website description reads, making sure to use an apostrophe while combining “that” and “is.” The cotton short-sleeve crew neck may be cute, but it commits a grammatical crime too egregious to ignore.
A photo posted by VELD Music Festival (@veldmusicfestival) on Aug 1, 2015 at 12:15pm PDT With temperatures rising, Toronto welcomes festival season. From the beginning of June to the end of August, thousands descend on the city to enjoy music, food, drinks and friends. But planning your outfit for a festival is another story. The hot weather requires breezy, comfortable outfits and every festival has its own style.