If at first dress in summer can seem simple when pursues a professional activity that requires don a shirt and suit any season, it can become a real headache when it gets really hot. These occupations are numerous: realtor, lawyer, banker, commercial, consulting, waiter or driver at Uber! Indeed, all those who have a duty of representation are forced. Moreover, we imagine evil be received by a doctor in shorts and sneakers or a captain in flip-flops and Hawaiian shirt. Here are our tips for dressing well in summer.
In the summer more than winter, opt for natural materials that allow more air and thus take my warm. Here one thinks cotton and linen for shirts and shirts but also the wool for its finesse and airy structure remains a top choice for making a summer suit.
Dark colors retain more heat than light colors (up to 90% retained power for black). Reason to change the color palette was adopting white, light gray, beige, light blue, sea green, etc.
If we know that many remain intransigent on the cut of their clothes, thinking that this would harm the figure of their harmony, it goes without saying that avoiding cuts too close to the body in summer leave better circulate air and allow perspiration to evaporate. Wherever possible, so try to wear t-shirts at the notched collar, shirts less arched or slightly larger pants. See a large selection of cheap summer dresses on Summerdressesstore.
Essential part of masculine dressing and indispensable for many, the shirt can be made from a variety of tissues. One can also choose from a straight cut or more adjusted. It can be worn in different ways. Here are some tips for summer:
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Choose the right fabric
Most of the fabrics used in the creation of shirts are made of cotton. But weaving offers many opportunities to perform with different properties. In general, the fabrics weave (chambray, pinpoint, poplin, etc.) are more suitable in summer because this weave allows air to spend between the son and the structure is lighter. Here are the shirts of fabrics to know specifically in summer. Note that for each material, we added a link to our lexicon in which you will find a more detailed definition.
The Chambray is a lightweight fabric end and formed with a ecru weft yarn and an indigo warp yarn. Both its properties and its color, it lends itself well to be worn in summer. For cons, the chambray shirt is more carries in a casual/chic style with chinos as shown below.
The Madras is a silk warp to cloth and cotton weft origins of India which is very popular in the West Indies. Light and airy it is a nice fabric to wear in summer is often dyed in bright colors and printed with patterned tiles. Today, ready-to-wear brands have virtually abandoned the use of madras but still use the term to name their parts colored tiles.
The Oxford can be a relatively thin fabric with a cool touch and slightly fluffy texture made with colored weft thread and a white thread chain. One can consider wearing a shirt in Oxford in the summer if the temperature remains reasonable (<30 °).
The Pinpoint is a visually close fabric of Oxford but is thinner and lighter with a different colored weaving where weft passes successively over two and under two warp son. A pinpoint shirt can be worn if the temperatures are around 30 ° C.
The Poplin is a classic among shirt fabrics. A light and pleasant to the touch fabric made with a chain wire thinner than the weft. A poplin shirt can be worn all year, even in summer when it gets really hot.
Lin is a fiber that was already used in ancient Egypt. Unlike cotton is imported, there is a culture of flax in France. The weavers are the ones mainly Italian. With linen, is made of lightweight fabrics, cool to the touch, particularly pleasant to wear in summer. By cons, a crumpled linen shirt over another shirt. A model Cotton and linen can be a good compromise, but we find little in ready-to-wear. It can be so interesting to turn to half measures for this kind of parts.
The Seersucker is a cotton fabric with embossed Indian native aspect, slightly wrinkled. Its relief allows air to better circulate between the fabric and skin, making it particularly suitable for hot climates. Traditionally blue and white, it is also available to other pastel colors. It is a tissue relatively little used in France but popular in Anglo-Saxon countries.
The cotton voile fabric is very comfortable to wear but found little and is transparent in light colors (white/blue). It can be difficult to take a transparent shirt. Make this choice if you find a shirt in dark colors to avoid that one does too guessing your chest hair through your shirt.
The Zephyr is also a fine cloth and airy that requires less frame that son of chain son. It allows for fine shirts ideal for summer.
A garment in a mixture of materials can also be a good choice if the addition of synthetic materials is modest and intended to improve the properties of the fabric (strength, easy maintenance, etc.)
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