You might celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margs and tacos, but do you really know what it is?
Quick history lesson: Cinco de Mayo commemorates the triumph of the Mexican army at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Basically, it’s not Mexico’s independence day, but it’s resistance to foreign intervention as a young country.
Summer may be on its way, but until then we’re stuck with days that are sunny one day and cloudy the next. We like to call this time of year The Magic Hour, given that our selfies always look fantastic in this light.
But really, when you have the desire to walk along the beach but the sand is wet from the rain the night before, what do you wear? You know we here at GWT think of everything, so of course we have just the looks for you.
So maybe you get a little chilly pretty easily. There’s no shame in your game when you’re wearing this cozy, oversized kimono. Pair this with a crop top and some high waisted pants and you’re good to go.
This piece from Zara is exactly what you’re looking for when you’re looking to go out during a Magic Hour day. This knit jacket is like a work of art that was made to keep you warm while you dip your toes in the cool water.
We really love this plunging neckline halter top. With it’s bare back and natural waist crop, this is the perfect layer to add under one of your warm, sandy knit layers. Not to mention the price is unbeatable.