Summer season indicates that people would now be wearing less bulky and lightweight clothes and they would be keeping away their sweaters and jackets. The colour preferences change to bright colours in the summer against the dark, dull colours of winters. For some, summer means long days spent indoors to avoid the sweat and sun, drinking cold beverages in their comfortable chairs or treating themselves with a dip in a cold pool of water. For others, summer brings out their travelling bags filled with clothes which are easy to wear and stylish at the same time.
With the rising prices and rapid inflation all around the world, it has become relatively difficult for people to find themselves with clothes that come with a reasonable price tag and are fashionable at the same time. It is a huge problem for those families who do not wish to spend a huge portion of their income on summer clothes mainly because summers usually don’t last as long as the winters in their region.
Best Fabrics for Summer Clothing
Almost all summer clothes are made up of organic material because of their texture. This includes cotton and linen.
Usually these clothes are man-made or a mixture of both natural and man-made.
Cotton clothes are very good for summers because they can absorb a lot of moisture, but one disadvantage of cotton clothes is that they take a relatively long span of time to dry.
Lightweight wool mixed with polyester is also a type of summer cloth. It is usually used by sports person because of its light weight.
Last but not least, wickling fabric is popular for summer clothes because it absorbs moisture from the body and thus, keeps you fresh for a longer period of time.
In summers, people prefer to wear as little as possible. A minimal, traditional garment for men in tropical areas is kikois. This garment is made up of light material and is of bright colours. Many associate this type of clothing to the Arabs because of the way it is worn. Kikoi is traditionally worn around the middle of the human body and it is just a piece of cloth which is rolled over a couple of times to cover the lower section. One important thing while wearing a kikoi is that it should be tight, but it should be worn with such dexterity that it doesn’t result in unwanted show off your legs.