5 fabrics you must have to beat the heat in Summer

Beat the heat this season by adding these breathable fabrics to your summer wardrobe

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Summers are here in full swing! There is nothing more irritating than wearing uncomfortable clothing during this season. Therefore it's time to set up your summer wardrobe. Your closet must have these fabrics that can help you enjoy the outdoors during the hot and humid weather.


Undoubtedly, Cotton is the most breathable fabric during summers. It is soft, lightweight, and soaks up sweat easily and helps you keep cool. Cotton is available in innumerable styles and hues. They are knitted in such a manner that the airy loops allow proper air circulation and make the heat endurable.  


Linen is another preferred fabric to wear in the hot season. It is light and is loosely woven which allows heat to escape from the body. It absorbs the sweat and dries the cloth quickly, keeping you cool and dry. It is one of the best non-sticky fabric for your body amid the summers.


Rayon is a man-made fabric blended from cotton, wood pulp, and other synthetic fibres. The thin threads of rayon make it light and prevent it from sticking to the body.


Chambray is a plain textured fabric similar to denim, made out of coloured yarn in the warp. Its lightweight and darker shades commonly absorb sweat. 


Seersucker is a thin, puckered all-cotton fabric. The lightweight cloth is versatile and breezy in every sense. It is available in striped or checkered texture and is the best clothing worn during a warmer climate.