Are you always the one worrying about sweat patches and running hot, even if you’ve barely walked for a few minutes? Humidity can be a major nuisance when you are dressing up in the morning. Thinking about all the times you will have to stuff tissues in your underarms or fan yourself with your blouse, gives you massive daily outfit prep anxiety.
So what do you do to make sure that you never suffer from any embarrassing heat waves that may take over your city? Dress accordingly! The trick is to avoid sticky synthetic fabrics which can catch moisture and stick to your skin. We picked out some wardrobe essentials you can wear every day, but in humidity-free fabrics for your comfort.
A Chambray Shirt
Replace your robust denim pieces with a lighter chambray. They breathe better than denim and look stylish with almost everything. They have come in the most summery styles of ruffled shirts and flowy dresses.
A Cotton Kurta
Cotton is one of the most popular picks when it comes to dependable and comfortable fabrics. You will get almost every style imaginable in cotton, thus, giving you a lot of leeway in picking the best item for your summer needs.
Linen is a natural fibre that works extremely well while absorbing and releasing your sweat as quickly as possible. Opting them as you go-to pants fabric will eliminate any chances of swampy thighs and chaffed skin!
Silk Blend Palazzos
While pure silk can be a bit tricky to pull off in the humid weather, a silk cotton blended airy palazzo will definitely get the job done otherwise. It looks classy and has enough open hems to air it out whenever possible.
A Wool Knit Skirt
Knitted shorts and skirts give you the advantage of elasticity without having to bring in synthetic fabrics in the mix. We picked a grey knot skirt to wear to work when you have a long day running around getting your glutes working!
A Crushed Cotton Dress
Crushed cotton is a step up from your usual dresses where they give the look an interesting twist and texture. A-line dresses are also a good silhouette to opt for when you want to keep cool and dry on a heavily humid day.
A Khadi Top
Khadi is a relatively new player in Indian fashion and we have certainly started to see it’s appeal. They are arguably the most eco-friendly fabric out there and can save you from any hypoallergenic reactions you may get from harsher fabrics.