With summertime travels in full-swing, we thought it'd be a good idea to share some ideas of how you could style yourself in kilim through the warmer months. It can be more challenging to maintain style when the heat kicks in. So what is kilim and why should you wear it in the summer?
The key to killing it in kilim is understanding fabric weight and color. Although kilim is 100% wool, it is not a warmer option than leather shoes, boat shoes or other sneakers that are popular in the summer months. The key to staying cool is wearing lighter, natural fabrics like cotton and linen. The summer color palette tends to be softer, lighter, and brighter. Here is some inspiration for fine-tuning your summer style. And if shoes aren't your thing, we've got plenty of other kilim goods that can speak for themselves.
Res Ipsa men's kilim loafers + kilim backpack in jeans, a tee and a hat that pulls it all together.
Res Ipsa men's kilim loafers with a pair of rolled up denim.
Res Ipsa men's kilim sneakers + kilim wallet (same outfit, new shoes).
Res Ipsa men's kilim sneakers (same outfit, new shoes).
Res Ipsa men's kilim loafers with a tank, torn denim, and a hat.
Res Ipsa men's kilim loafers with a white oxford and colorful shorts.
Res Ipsa women's kilim sneakers with a denim skirt.
Res Ipsa women's kilim sneakers + kilim backpack with a denim dress.
Res Ipsa kilim backpack + OAS OH CRAB one piece suit.
Res Ipsa women's kilim sneakers + kilim backpack in a one piece OAS OH CRAB bathing suit.
Res Ipsa women's kilim loafers + women's kilim clutch with cuffed denim and a tee.
Res Ipsa women's kilim clutch with a yellow crop tee and a denim button down skirt.
Res Ipsa women's kilim sneakers with a hand cut jean skirt and plant.