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With summer fast approaching, Who What Wear TV brings you two outfits influenced by Kate Moss and Sienna Miller that are ...
stylish for both the street and the sand.
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Hillary Kerr: Welcome to the Who What Wear fashion closet, I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And I am Katherine Power. All through spring and summer we get loads of emails from our WhoWhatWearDaily.com readers wondering what they should wear to the beach. They want something cute, but uncomplicated, that's just as appropriate for the street as it is for the sand.
Hillary Kerr: Today we will show you two cover-ups that have more style than a sarong, but are equally stress free. We will walk you through your outfit options, but first check out some ladies who have this look locked down.
Female Speaker: On her vacation in Saint-Tropez, Kate Moss showed us that a colorful caftan never goes out of style. This classic beach cover-up is a simple and chic way to go from the street to the sand.
We spotted another example of beach chic on Sienna Miller. Here she wrapped one of her favorite scarves over her crochet bikini as a sarong.
Katherine Power: Now that we have seen those photos, let's search the closet.
Female Speaker: Your cover-up doesn't have to be something specifically made for the beach. Just throw on one of your old favorite tunics or recycle a beat up pair of jeans by turning them into cutoffs.
Female Speaker: It's fine to wear earrings or even a bracelet or two, but we encourage you to leave your necklaces behind. Loads of jewelery is not appropriate for the beach and can also cause strange tan lines.
Hillary Kerr: Our first look is casually Bohemian, just the sort of thing for an afternoon of sun in Malibu. We started off with this great print bikini from Jungle Gurl, all of the suits in the line are one of a kind because they are made from amazing vintage scarves.
Katherine Power: Then we found this long, lovely camisole, a pair of T strap sandals and this cool woven tote. And since we like to make our accessories multi-task we turned this lightweight neck scarf into a head wrap.
Our second look is bold and bright and would be perfect for a weekend in South Beach. Keeping the season's colors in mind, we started with this yellow bikini by Red Carter. Then we added this bright pink sun dress, leaving the buttons open to show the contrasting color of the swimsuit.
Female Speaker: To accessorize the look we started with a simple pair of black gladiator sandals and chose a classic canvas monogram tote from J. Crew as our carry all. We then added a bit of glamor and some additional sun protection with an over-sized striped hat and finished the look with a pair of Mosley Tribe sunglasses.
Hillary Kerr: Thanks for watching Who What Wear TV.
Katherine Power: For more celebrity and fashion coverage or to find out about product in this episode, go to WhoWhatWearDaily.com.