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4 Types of clothing for sweaty climates

Erica Tiffany is a graduate from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. She received her bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with an emphasis in digital media. She has now joined the SheK...

Stay cool this summer

Are you afraid you can't wear your favorite clothes this summer because you live in a hot and humid climate? Don't sweat it, because we've got you covered! Sweat-proof your wardrobe with these four clothing items that are must-haves for hot summer days!

Zebra Maze Peri Poncho

Flowy top

Choosing a top with a little more fabric than a basic tank may seem like I've gone off my rocker, but stick with me! Flowy, breezy tops allow your body to breathe, reducing the chance of unsightly armpit stains. They also can be easily converted from day to night, for any occasion. Choose a top that has a bold print, like this Zebra Maze Peri Poncho from Chico's ($89) to camouflage any sweating that may occur.

Lululemon's Run: In the Sun dress

Sundress

A sundress is an obvious go-to when it comes to easy summer fashion, but this one takes it to the next level. Lululemon's Run: In the Sun dress ($98) was designed with the sweaty girl in mind. It features a light-weight and stretchy fabric with hidden panels to help you stay cool and comfortable. It also has chafe-resistant seams to reduce irritation from moist skin.

beach pants from Victoria's Secret

Linen pants

These pants are my go-to in the summer when I'm not in the mood to wear a dress or shorts. Honestly, it feels like you have nothing on at all when you wear these! These beach pants from Victoria's Secret ($20) are my absolute favorite! They are lightweight and feature a wide leg for extra breathability. They also come in plenty of fun colors!

Wick'Em Bra Liner

Bra liner

I don't know about you, but I can sweat on any part of my body except for in my cleavage. It just feels so gross, not to mention it dramatically reduces the life of your fancy bras! Thank goodness for whoever invented the Wick'Em Bra Liner ($15)! The Wick'Em Bra Liner is a moisture-absorbing piece that is inserted between your body and your bra to keep you feeling fresh all day, even in the hottest locations.

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