Fashion · Personal Style

SGS: what I Wore Today 4th October 2016

Hey dear,

I trust you had a wonderful holiday and celebrated Nigeria as well. I had a great weekend and I got to finally see the long awaited Trip to Jamaica  and it was so hilarious that you definitely have to see it yourself trust me you’d have a good laugh and for the busy bees it’ll help relieve your stress.

In this part of the country the weather is becoming carelessly hot, although I love black it’s not one of my favorite colors right now. Yes, Because black clothes heat up faster than white clothes in the sun. 

  

    We all sweat when the temperatures heat up and there are some particular fabrics or clothes  you should probably keep away to help keep your perspiration at manageable levels. So I did a little of list of fabrics you should probably not wear for now and why.

  1. Silk: Silk, although a natural fiber, tends to repel water” rather than absorbing it. Silk is also great at retaining body odor. 
  2. Rayon: Although light and breezy, this synthetic fiber, like all synthetic fibers, tends to be water-repellant. Allowing sweat to build up and causing discomfort and irritation.
  3. Polyester/Polyester Blend:It’s durable and boasts resistance to chemicals, mildew, abrasion, stretch, and mildew. It’s also water-repellant, which means that rather than absorbing sweat, it allows perspiration to build up inside the garment. Not so great of right?
  4. Nylon: it is commonly used in trendy workout attire and stockings, both of which can be extremely uncomfortable and leave the skin vulnerable to chaffing when you sweat. 

  

  You could still make great fashion choices, just stick to comfortable fabrics like cotton and chiffon like I did and bright colors will come in handy as well.

   I paired this grid shirt with a pair of trousers, a camisole and my brown fringed loafers.

 

    Why do you guys think about my outfit?

Photo credit: Temple Egemasi



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