Some Crochet Looks
Crochet is defined as needlework consisting of the interlocking of looped stitches formed with a single thread and a hooked needle. Crochet is a great look for the summer season because it is airy. Crochet is also great as a swimwear or coverup while on the beach or at a pool. A great thing about crochet is that it can be sustainable. This look might not be for everyone. So if you don't like it that is perfectly fine there are other looks and trends out there on the market that you may like and want to try out. Not every look is for everyone. Crochet is a look that can be a bit tricky to pull off depending on how it is structured, cut and how it lays when you put it on. But it's a look as with any look that if worn right can look very effortless and chic. So just because it's a bit tricky doesn't mean it's a look that you can't nail.
Crochet fashion is one of those fashion looks that can work on just about any shape, size, frame and height. If crochet fashion is a new look for you, but it's something you might want to try I'd say start small. You can start small with a crochet handbag or any other crochet accessory. Then if and when you feel more comfortable you can try a crochet top and so on. You could possibly have a crochet piece in your wardrobe already. So I'm not saying to go out and buy a ton of crochet pieces. Buy what you like and what you'll actually want to wear and be able to wear season after season.
Crochet is something that is perfect for summer but can also be transitioned to the fall and spring. You can transition a crochet piece like a crochet vest to the fall and spring by wearing it over a button-up or a blouse/top or even possibly over a midi dress. There are many crochet pieces that can be transitioned from summer to fall to spring. So if it's not something that you like and you know that you won't wear it don't invest your money into it. But if crochet is a look for you then you've come to the right place. Below are some crochet looks worth trying out during the summer season and possibly transitioning them into the fall and then spring seasons. To learn more about each look below click on the pictures which will take you to the retailer selling the look.