hot outside Tabria Majors knows this. what is he no Few people know how to manage to wear layers upon layers in the middle of summer.
“I see a lot of people styling their summer looks and they’re still wearing long sleeves and jackets,” Majors tells PopSugar. “And I’m like, ‘Aren’t you hot? How are you wearing that now?'”
I don’t want to wear a one-piece or a tankini all the time. I want to show some skin.
The 32-year-old model and social media personality often reaches for one outfit in particular this sweltering season. “Linen is an easy fabric to wear and you can mix it with different textures,” she says “I’ll probably do linen shorts with a bandeau top and short sleeves with a loose button where I can tie it or half button it.”
When putting together her warm-weather wardrobe, Majors prioritizes the details: chic slip-on sandals, practical totes, big sunglasses and lots of jewelry. His philosophy? Even more so, especially if your ensemble is stripped down to only the bare essentials.
“You have to step up your accessories in the summer, I think, to really make the outfit,” she says. “For the most part, I’m ‘athletic chic’ – I place comfort above all else. I’m not one of those people who wants to be uncomfortable to look good.”
That approach to style is evident in her newest effort, Cupshe x Tabria Majors, a size-inclusive swim and resort collection that recently debuted on the runway at Paraiso Miami Beach. The collection marks the brand’s first-ever plus-size collaboration and includes an assortment of styles that harken back to the neon-filled beach hangouts of the ’80s and ’90s.
As he was thinking through this collection, Majors focused on what felt new and perhaps a little unexpected. He wanted to put something on the plus swim market, specifically, that he hadn’t seen yet.
“When it comes to swimwear [for plus-size people], usually you have more conservative pieces or bold colors, things that don’t stand out,” she says. “I don’t want to wear a one-piece or a tankini all the time. I want to show some skin. That’s my approach to what I do: to offer something different that’s not currently in the space.”