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    Question Which colours should we wear in summer season?

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    In summer season, which colours should we wear so it will cool feeling to ourselves?

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    Well, do you know about the Touaregs ? the desert people in the Sahara ? They wear washed-blue garments that are quite airy but that can keep them protected against wind and sand.

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    Thanks dkJames, I liked your suggestion but want more and clear suggestion regarding summer season clothing which we can wear and feel cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christinekennedy View Post
    Thanks dkJ want more and clear suggestion regarding summer season clothing which we can wear and feel cool.
    Thin loose clothing that allows air to circulate. Light colours to reflect the sun. I've got some light wool khaki 'T' shirts that are comfy in the summer and work well as a base layer in the colder weather. I also bought a Tilley hat years ago and it's great in hot sunny conditions.
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    Colors? Well, light colors absorb less heat. So white?

    I would worry about materials over colors. You can be cooler in a black breathable swimsuit cover, and way hotter in a white wool sweater.
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