The temperatures are steadily rising and the brightness of the sun will do much more damage to not only your skin but to your clothes too!
Nix the heavy black, navy, and brown, and check out these simple yet much-needed ways to keep cool in style this summer.
Know Your Breathable Fabrics
A good quality, lightweight cotton, followed by linen, is one of the most breathable fabrics around that will allow a little airflow for drying out dampness.
Cotton and linen are natural fibers, so it absorbs moisture, rather than repelling it.
Wear Thicker Neutral Colors
Did you know? The outer layer of darker fabric gets hotter because the darker color absorbs more heat.
However, that heat doesn’t actually transmit to the skin unless the fabric is thin.
Try wearing medium to thicker fabrics in neutral colors to keep cool.
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Opt for Skirts, Dresses or Shorts
What better way to catch a breeze than under your clothes? A short skirt, midi skirt, dress, or shorts can make all the difference when trying to keep cool this summer.
Grab an Everyday Sunhat
Blocking the sun will feel that much better if you don’t have to constantly have your hand to your face. Investing in a