Who’s ready for some sunshine and relaxation this weekend? Memorial Day Weekend has arrived and you best believe all your friends will gather together around the pool and munch on some barbeque favorites. But here’s a question for you  -- what are you going to wear?

That’s where we come in! We’re turning to Hollywood’s most stylish ladies to show you how to look chic and comfortable at the weekend parties! Just make sure not to get any barbeque sauce on your outfit!


Hats Are A Must

Since the sun will be shining, hats are perfect to not only keep the sun out of your face but also protect you from its rays! Floppy hats are always a fun choice, especially with a bathing suit, or a fun colored brimmed hat can be a perfect touch to a simple outfit.


Fresh Faced

Leave the heavy makeup for your nights out with the girls. Chances are it’s going to be a pretty casual environment so pulling off the natural, dewy makeup look is key. It makes you look put together without looking like you tried too hard!

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Sunglasses, Sunglasses, Sunglasses!

In case you’re not feeling the whole hat idea, make sure to grab your shades before you head out! You can keep it simple or party it up with funky colors or shapes!


Maxi Dresses

There’s really nothing more comfortable than a maxi dress! Lounging around feeling overly full of food is perfect in a dress like this! Hint: go for one in a bright color or pattern to stand out.


Classic Denim Shorts

Nothing says “barbeque” more than denim shorts! And the best part is you can seriously wear them with anything -- a light sweater when things cool down or a classic button-up always looks fantastic!


Comfortable Footwear

The options are endless for what kind of shoes to wear but one tip –- make sure they’re comfortable! Whether it’s sneakers, sandals or wedges, throw your perfect kicks on to complete your BBQ ensemble!


Which trend do you think is a must for a BBQ occasion?

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