24 5 FASH­ION TIPS FOR SUM­MERS

Be trendy and stylish.

Woman's Era - - Contents - Ananya Ton­don

Oh, “You look pretty to­day!” "You're look­ing stun­ning!” Such com­pli­ments make you feel pleas­ant when you hear them from peo­ple around you. The word fash­ion is de­fined as the lat­est style that is in trend, the way you carry your­self, the way you dress, etc. given be­low are some fash­ion tips for women which will not make you feel like a sweaty dis­as­ter this sum­mer.

Cover up to pro­tect your skin from the sun and stay cool: In these hot sum­mers, it is very im­por­tant to pro­tect your skin from the sun rays. One of the best ways to do this is by cov­er­ing your beau­ti­ful face by a scarf or any­thing else when­ever you move out into the sun. It helps you sweat less and stay cool.

Stick to light colours: It is a uni­ver­sal fact that dark colours ab­sorb heat eas­ily, make you feel warm and you start sweat­ing. So, it is bet­ter to wear light colours to pro­tect your­self from the stinky sum­mers. This helps you stay cool and com­fort­able.

Wear as few or­na­ments as pos­si­ble: The more or­na­ments you put on, the more you feel un­com­fort­able. Heavy metals get heated quickly. Ear­rings are okay to put up but neck­laces, bracelets, etc, can make you look un­man­aged and sweaty.

Keep your clothes loose: Wear­ing loose clothes makes you feel quite com­fort­able. Tight clothes at some point of time, ir­ri­tate you. Loose clothes can be han­dled eas­ily as com­pared to tight clothes. Loose clothes make you feel free and pre­vent you from much sweat­ing.

Take a nice, hot shower to in­crease your body tem­per­a­ture: 'Hot shower in sum­mers'. I know it is very un­pleas­ant to hear. But yes, it is true. A nice, hot shower in sum­mers in­creases your body tem­per­a­ture and matches your body tem­per­a­ture with your sur­round­ing tem­per­a­ture. Tak­ing a nice, cool shower eas­ily makes you sweat be­fore you step out of your house. We The good life is one in­spired by love and guided by knowl­edge.

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