HOUSTON HUMIDITY DOES ENOUGH to make you feel hot and sticky–why should your wardrobe add to that? A key to surviving outside in the upcoming months is ensuring your clothes are light, loose, and sleeveless. It's common for Houston temperatures to fluctuate between 90 and 100 degrees, which is why you should avoid heavier duty fabrics like polyester and denim at all costs when the heat rises. No matter what your personal style, clothes made of fabrics that allow air to flow through—like cotton, linen, or silk—are your best bets. Of course, that's another excuse to go shopping—and if you want to add some stylish pieces to your summer wardrobe without breaking the bank, we've got you covered.
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