What happens when you wear denim in summers? Check 

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 What happens when you wear denim in summers? Check 

New Delhi: In this scorching heat, the main thing that everyone wants is ‘comfort’. So, keep yourself free, relax all the time by donning comfortable dresses.

Opting a right fabric for dressing will keep you fresh for long. here, we have brought some fabrics that you must have and some that you should avoid donning.

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Fabrics You Should Avoid: 

Denim

This fabric is not for summer days.

It hugs your body too much and creates unnecessary suffocation in summer.

Synthetic wear

Never indulge in a mix fabric in summer.

It creates discomfort and may sometimes cause skin infections in this regard.

Fabrics You Must Have:

 Cotton:

This fabric not only make you look small and coll but it also scores high on the comfort level.

During summer it is a general tendency to sweat a lot and in such a situation cotton is just the apt fabric that absorbs this sweat.

This helps in giving the much required relief and helps in cooling down your body temperature.

In addition, cotton fabric gives you a relief if you are prone to any allergic reaction. Thus, cotton is just too apt for your sensitive skin.

Linen:

Linen wear is perfect for your summer days. Fret no more and choose the right linen wear for yourself.

Tired of threat of unnecessary sweat? Considering that linen is highly absorbent and a good conductor of heat it helps in keeping your body free of moisture.

So, the linen dress or blouse not just feels good to touch but also quickly removes your perspiration during the summer days.

Khadi:

From Khadi sarees to the shirts, it is the perfect wear for your summer.

Khadi is that handloom fabric which uses no chemicals in manufacturing.

This skin friendly hand oven, organic fabric is just too perfect for your summer days.

Sheer:

This is the one of the best summer gifts.


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As a fabric usually meant for wedding gowns or floral costumes or stockings or lingerie sheer does very little in the way of warmth for the wearer.

This is the reason why it is one of the favourite fabrics for summer wear.