5 fabrics to keep you cool this summer

Deepak, 17/04/2017

Don’t we just hate when our clothes soaked in sweat stick to our body in summer? The disgusting feeling is something we have all experienced and it just deteriorates as the mercury and humidity levels rise. Wearing uncomfortable garments in summer just worsens it thus to give your body a chance to inhale we have drawn up a list of five fabrics that will keep you cool in the heat. Yes, there are more options than cotton to stay cool this summer. So, before you buy anything new, don’t forget to check the tiny label inside the garment to find out what fabric it is made of.

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5 fabrics to keep you cool this summer
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One of the best and most savvy textures you can wear in summer is without a doubt cotton. The breathable texture is effectively accessible in India and to a great extent worn too by children as well as adults.Light colors especially white and cream shades rule the house when it comes to cotton outfits but now, brands offer other hues as well that one can choose from. Cotton garments of clothing reach from dresses to kurtas to tops and even pants and are certainly a blessing on hot days.
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If there is one fabric that is simply the best in any season, it is linen. But more so in the summer as it is airy and do not stick to the body. Linen comes in several grades and is on the expensive side as a plain linen shirt can cost you Rs 2,000 and upwards. However, people are soon realising the comfort of wearing linen clothes on a hot day and don’t mind shelling out a few extra bucks to stay comfortable. Fashion labels already offer everything in linen from shorts to tops, shirts, pants and
even linen sarees.
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Khadi, one of the most established fabrics found in India, this fabrics has a comeback in the market thanks to fashion designers showcasing it on the ramp in a chic way.Khadi is one of the most comfortable fabrics for summer and looks elegant too. It is hand-woven cotton and that is why it resembles it. There are brands that sell just Khadi sarees, skirts, tops and shirts
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Chanderi, is a lightweight fabric that makes it adept for summer. It is additionally accessible in brilliant colors and has a slight sheen to it which makes it wearable for parities as well. Chanderi is a mix of cotton with light silk and some zari. You can purchase kurtras and also Chanderi sarees. It isn't too normally found in western wear yet. The texture is wearable and furthermore looks great.

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Chambray is a blended fabric that resembles denim but is actually cotton-silk or linen with a colored and white yarn. It is cheaper than linen but slightly more expensive than cotton and is the perfect replacement for your jeans in the summer. You will find shirts, pants, skirts and tops available in chambray fabric.

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