A Guide to Breathable Summer Fabrics

Summers come brutal if you are in an equator-close region. There is no choice except to bear it or move to the colder areas (which is not usually suitable). So if you can move to a colder area, well and good, but when the only thing you have to do is bear the hot weather, you need some outfits that are suitable for hot weather. You will need to see a few properties in the fabric that you have decided to dress into, and you’re ready to rock. Here are some Summer Fabrics tips hope will help you to choose the best one.

1. Lightweight


You should see if the fabric is lightweight and isn’t something that will tightly pack you up since its summers. Summers mean more moving around more excursions. So you will need something that doesn’t bother you when you are moving here and there. The more the weight of the fabric, the more it hinders the air to circulate and thus making you uncomfortable. This unique blend of SORBTEK® and REPREVE® is quite lightweight and suitable for summer wearing.

2. Breathable

Breathable Fabric

The more three cloth is breathable, the cooler you will stay. The fabric being breathable allows the air to pass through, and this makes it easy to prevent sweating or trapping of hot air inside your clothes. It is because of a little loose weaving of thread that makes a little space between thread junctions and allows air to pass through. As this cool, breathable cotton knit.

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3. Bright-Colored


Since bright colors are more heat radiant, and they reflect more light back, so it makes possible for the fabric not to catch heat from the sun. The brighter is the color, and the better is the sun-protection because of their ability to stay fresh and bounce off the heat and light. See this gorgeous silk-linen composition as an example. It will rebind most of the heat and light, making you look brighter and sharper.

After knowing about their properties, here are some types of fabrics along with their characteristics that you can wear summer clothing.

Fabric Types

1. Linen


Often said to as the coolest option, linen is most lightweight and breathable that has it the very own particular texture that distinguishes it from other types of cotton. It dresses up quickly and does not retain the heat.

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2. Cotton


Having many types, cotton is most widely used for varying purposes of dressing. Here are the most consistent and popular ones.

See Also

  • Poplin
  • Twill
  • Seersucker
  • Madras
  • Gauze

Poplin is a blend of two different sized threads, and it forms a faint kind of texture. It is mainly used for the polo shirts and made to order dress shirts for summer. Twill (not preferred often) is made by diagonal ribbing of very fine threads and forms a light cloth. It is mostly used for summer jackets and suits. Seersucker is even lighter and creates a texture like a poplin but a damper than the poplin. It has a wrinkled appearance and is used mostly for suits and casual wearing like trousers and t-shirts. Madras has a distinctive weave and is smoother than seersucker and poplin and is mainly used to make shorts and casual shirts. Gauze is comparatively a heavier cloth with a loose weave which makes it breathable and ideal for casual summer shirts.

3. Silk


Silk for summer is weaved loosely to let air in and out. A lighter thread is used to make it more smooth and safe to touch on the skin. Mostly suits for summer are made with silk as it is quite sturdy.

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4. Chambray


It is a lightweight cloth densely woven with indigo yarn and is quite breathable. It is used to make well-structured shirts, suits, shorts as well as jackets.

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