How to Celebrate the Season of Fashion and Flow

How to Celebrate the Season of Fashion and Flow
Celebrate the season of fashion and flow with dresses and tops that move with the wind. Yes, the warm weather is upon us and the idea of a dress that flows with your body is priceless. Let's face it, no one wants to be in tight clothes when it's hot. Some women are of the mindset that if it fits on the shoulder, that's enough. Let everything else flow.

Does Fabric Matter?

The fabric matters. The softer the fabric, the better the flow. When it's hot outside, the last thing most of you want is something that's tight and form fitting. Did you know that in summer heat, tight fitting clothes can become a breading ground for bacteria and fungus. Think about it. You're sweating!
There used to be a time when fabrics were breathable. Cottons and linens were the summer fabric of choice. Now clothes are made with synthetic fibers that when they encounter sweat, you get body odor and a mixture of all kinds of bacteria.

It's healthy to perspire. However, when perspiration is blocked by tight clothes made from synthetic fabrics, the outcome is not good.

What Patterns are Good for Fashion and Flow?

There's no limit to the patterns that can be worn during the warm weather months. Some favorites are, polka dots, floral prints, strips or a combination of them all. Then there's the staple solid. There's nothing like a solid black flowing dress that enters a room. You can enter casual or formal with this dress. It will all depend on the accessories.

I've mentioned the dress often in this article but did you know that flowing tunic tops can be paired with wide leg pants and give you just as elegant of a look?

Warm weather, especially summer heat, is all about the flow. Make this the season you choose fashion with a flow.

That's it for this week. Tell us in the forum what you've added to your summer wardrobe that gives your fashionable wardrobe some flow.

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