Wednesday, June 27, 2012

This Week's Tucson Style Recap

Posted By on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Welcome to first Tucson In Style weekly recap. Each week, we'll revisit some of the most stylish people and ideas featured over at TucsonInStyle.com.

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With consistent 100 degree temperatures and only a few teases from the monsoon rains, Tucsonans are being beat into summer weather submission. Here are a few tips to keep you cool this summer. Want to take a dip in a cool pool, but don't have one or the money to add one? Why not get a stock tank? While you're waiting for the tank to fill, consider making an iced Americano, a drink we are dubbing the official coffee drink of Tucson summers. It's easy to make and looks pretty amazing when you serve it in a mason jar.

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The heat also has a major effect on what Tucsonans step out of the house in. Federico says you've got to coverup to keep cool. His look includes a cowboy hat, long-sleeve shirt and a briefcase. Check it out.

He's not the only one wearing hats during the summer. Check out Lewis' lid.

One other option is rocking what we've dubbed the "sunbrella." Mother and daughter pair Daphne and Jennifer who were visiting the University of Arizona looked beautiful beneath the sunbrella they were sharing.

Lindsey and Carson utilize the rolled cuff to add a little style to their look and a little bit of air to keep them cool.

Check out the rest of the posts including, summer toes, superstar legs, Audrey Hepburn in Tucson, a skateboard covered in shag carpeting and a lot more.

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