Choosing the right fabric is essential if you
want to stay cool in the heat. But it’s not just synthetic fabrics that
should be avoided: silk and wool trap heat against your body by
preventing warm air flowing out. Look out for cotton, linen and rayon
that absorb moisture and allow air circulation.
2. Let it all hang loose
Wear clothes that don’t cling to your body to allow more air.
you get dressed tomorrow morning avoid anything skin tight or body con
and veer towards your baggier, looser fitting clothes. Breezy dresses
and full skirts are a good option.
3. Cover-up Wearing as little as possible doesn’t
necessarily mean you will be cooler. Covering up can actually help to
keep you cooler by protecting your skin from the sun, essential if you
want to stay cool in the heat.
4. Look pretty in pastels
It’s a fact that dark colours absorb more heat than light ones, so tomorrow is not the day to wear a L.B.D. White,beige and light pastel colours are the best shades to wear to keep your skin cool.
5. Wear a hat
Wear a lightweight hat for extra protection.
Panama hats and trilbies are a great style statement and will keep you
cool. But make sure you pick a breathable fabric (no wool or polyester) and the wider the brim the better.