We always wish for a quick winter blast to roll through because summer scorching heat, dehydration, sweat and tanning gives a very bad heat rash. One can beat the heat by making a seasonal transition in their wardrobe. Have a look on the list for how to combat heat and get summer ready in style:
Choose the right fabric
Cotton and linen fabric is very well known for its quality of absorbing the sweat and allows it to evaporate into the air. Cotton clothes work as a towel, wicking the moisture away from your body and decreases the growth of bacteria and yeast in your body. Cotton fabric keeps your body cool and prevents infection. Avoid wearing synthetic fabric because unlike natural fabric synthetic fabrics do not breathe, so when you sweat, the sweat doesn’t dry off as it should be.
Go for light colors
Pastel colors like white, aqua blue, pale yellow, and beige reflect most of the sun rays back to the atmosphere and help you to keep your body cool. On the other hand, dark shade fabrics absorb the rays and trap their heat making you feel hotter.
Wear loose clothes
Wearing Tight clothes can restrict your blood circulation which further can lead you to some skin problems like rashes, allergies, and more body sweat. Blood vessels dilate in summer so that the body can cool itself by letting heat escape through your skin. So make it a habit to wear breezy clothes like Kurtis, skirts instead of denim and knit to make your body circulate freely.
Choose the right clothing style
Summer is a synonym to shorts, sleeveless clothes, loose pants, skirts and dresses like jumpsuits, and church suits for prayer time. If you are moving out during afternoon wrap your face with a scarf or stole, make sure scarf should be of light material like cotton or linen. One can also wear wide-brimmed hats with vintage and shades to get protected from sun rays and hot winds.
Summer is the time when our body sweats through all pores and wait desperately for the rain to shower its coldness on us. To get protected from this brutal heat drink plenty of water and have a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables.