End of The Summer Style Tricks To Keep You Cool By Amy Goldsmith


End of The Summer Style Tricks to Keep You Cool


This summer, for most of us, have been an almost tropical climate. Apart from terrible sunburns and heat strokes, the sweltering summer sun can also cause  inflammation and dehydration of the skin. However, you can always prevent these problems by choosing the correct clothing. Here are some basic summer style tricks that will keep you cool through the end of the summer!

Stick to cotton fabrics


It is always recommended that you use natural fabrics during the summer. There is a wide range of such materials including cotton, linen, silk, georgette, and jersey. Each of these materials are  highly absorbent, helping you stay comfortable even in the hottest summer day.

Let’s take a simple example of cotton, one of the most commonly used fabrics by far. Being impressively light and breathable, cotton dries faster and absorbs sweat like a sponge. Apart from feeling great on your skin, it will also prevent potential inflammations and rashes.

On the other hand, you will always be better off in oil-based, synthetic fabrics.  These include polyester, rayon, or nylon; these materials will restrict the evaporation of moisture from the outer surface of the skin.

Wear loose clothes


Both medical and fashion experts claim that tight clothes should to be avoided in the summer. When the temperatures are high, our blood vessels dilate in order to release the heath through the skin. Tight apparel will simply restrict blood circulation, preventing any of these processes from happening regularly.

That’s exactly why you should go for loose clothes that will let your skin breathe. For example, lightweight maxi dresses and breezy cotton blouses are a much better choice than body-hugging polyester tops, denim cutoffs, or close-fitting leggings. Most important of all, when paired and accessorized properly, such items can be worn in a variety of occasions, from stylish parties to casual lunch dates.

Wear a wide-brimmed hat 


In the summer, you should always protect your skin with a glamorous wide-brimmed hat. It is one of the best ways for you to protect your skin from the exposure to extremely harmful UV rays. A bright-colored floppy hat will definitely help you cool off and avoid terrible sun strokes. Above all, buying a wide-brimmed hat is a long-run investment for it is one of those sophisticated accessories that will never go out of fashion!

Choose the right clothing styles

When choosing the right clothing styles for a hot summer day, you should be super-careful. Many women make the same mistake, thinking that slim dresses and skintight crop tops are a must. No matter how fancy they are, such items expose most of your skin to the scorching summer sun; therefore, making you feel hot.

On the other hand, lightweight clothes that cover most of your skin will provide you with the breezy feeling all day long. For example, open-weave knits, maxi skirts and loose pants are always more pleasant than skinny jeans and revealing, sleeveless tees.

Opt for lighter colors


It doesn’t matter how much you love dark hues, they need to be avoided during hot summer days. Colors like black, navy or brown will absorb sun rays and trap the heat, making you feel like you’re in the desert. On the other hand, bright nuances like white, beige, yellow or baby blue will attract less heat, helping you stay cool and satisfied wherever you are.

All in all, what you should always keep in mind is that you cannot put a price tag on your health. Sometimes, it is necessary to give up your favorite clothes and colors just to feel comfortable. These are some of numerous tips that will keep you cool during hot summer days. Try them out and you won’t regret it!

About the Author

Amy Mia Goldsmith is an Australian literature student who loves to read and has been writing since she was little. Her passion is beauty and makeup and she loves to spend her free time travelling and of course….makeup shopping! Amy is a regular contributor at High Style Life.  You can contact Amy on her Facebook page.