As summer is around the corner, we’ll be facing prickly heat in nowhere about 15-20 days. Everyone is fond of keeping up with the trends but the fabric you choose to wear can not only affect your look but your comfort level too. In these recent years, brands and celebrities have been trying to break the stereotype of ‘fashion is not comfort’ by choosing to launch and endorse some really basic yet top notch outfits in comfortable and breathable fabrics and we have picked up the best ones for you:
Linen is a textile made from the fibres of flax plant. It is very absorbent and dries faster than cotton. Linen fabric was first discovered in Georgia. It is twice as strong as cotton. It can be hand-washed and dry-cleaned. Linen bralette is easy to carry and breathable. It could be paired with a long skirt and make an excellent beach wear.
Khadi is a hand-woven natural fiber cloth originated in eastern and northeastern parts of India. It is a versatile fabric since the weaving of Khadi is alternated by silk or wool accompanying with cotton. This keep the fabric cool in summers and warm in winters. It can be worn in a co-ords style with contrasting colours.
Georgette is a sheer,light weight,dull-finished crepe. It is originally made from silk with highly twisted yarns. When want to drape a saree this summer,opt for a georgette saree and ease your way through the function. You can surely never go wrong with a georgette saree.
Chikankari is a traditional embroidery style from Lucknow,India. Chikankari is a delicate and artfully done hand embroidery on a variety of textile fabric like muslin, silk, chiffon, organza, net, etc. White thread is embroidered on cool, pastel shades of light muslin and cotton garments. Chikankari kurtis are chic and comfortable to wear. They could be paired with any bottom of your choice,be it jeans,palazzos,pants or leggings.
Cotton is a popular summer fabric. It is soft, completely breathable and you could literally form it in any casual or formal wear and be comfortable. Cotton dresses and skirts are a go-to on a high-temperature day.
Chanderi is a traditional ethnic fabric characterized by its lightweight, sheer texture and fine luxurious feel. Chanderi fabric is produced by weaving in silk and golden zari in the traditional cotton yarn that results in the creation of the shimmering texture. The fabric borrowed its name from the small town Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh where traditional weavers practice the art of producing textured sarees in cotton and silk decorated with fine zari work. Chanderi fabric can be stitched into pants and cape for a chic and casual outwear.