Choose apparel with a UPF rating.
Sun-protective apparel can help you whether you’re working in the garden, hiking, or having lunch with coworkers. Clothing with a UPF rating acts as an additional layer of sunscreen, shielding you from the sun’s intense summer rays. Get a UPF-rated clothing if you know you’ll be outside to avoid scorching.
When hiking, wear leggings and a UPF long sleeve quick dry shirt to stay cool and protected.
For a day of exploring, pair a UPF shirt with khaki or linen shorts.
Avoid wearing anything made of acrylic, nylon, or polyester. Although these materials may be attractive, they can also trap heat, making you perspire more. To minimise sweat stains and to feel the most comfortable, stay away from textiles like these that are not breathable.
Avoid wearing winter fabrics like wool and rayon in general as their dense materials are meant to trap heat.
If you’re unclear of the fabric of your clothing, look at the label.
Wear tops with short sleeves or no sleeves. Always choose clothing with few or no sleeves if you’re unsure. These kind of tops allow for easy skin breathing in humid conditions. Also, there is less fabric to absorb moisture if you have sweat lines.
If you’re going to the office, wear a short-sleeved collared button-down.
For a polished appearance, wear a skirt with a sleeveless button-down top.
If you’re relaxing indoors or going for a trek, choose a loose T-shirt.
Choose skirts and shorts instead than trousers. It may be most pleasant to have your legs free on extremely humid days. Choose bottoms that don’t hide or bind your legs. To stay cool and prevent leg rubbing, aim to wear shorts with an inseam of 5 in (13 cm) or longer.
Go to khaki or linen shorts instead of narrow jeans.
Put on a cotton dress to go to the office or conduct errands.
For the utmost in comfort and style, try exercising or going on a hike in a tennis skirt.
Avoid wearing constrictive, tight garments. Summer attire that moves with you is the most comfortable. The last thing you want when it’s hot and muggy are sticky garments sticking to your body. Choose a looser-fitting blouse or dress that will allow your skin to breathe. 
For a night out, choose an A-line dress with loose arms and a twirling skirt.
For a workout or afternoon walk, go with a crop top.
For a laid-back appearance, put on a button-down shirt with permeable cutouts.
Increase your collection of workout attire. When in doubt, wear athletic clothing. For the sweltering heat, sports bras, leggings, exercise tops, and sports shorts are perfect. They are not only cosy, but also easy to move around in and breathable. Only in this instance is the constrictive garment exemption granted.
Wearing athleisure attire isn’t required if you’re not working out or exercising; just wear what you feel comfortable in!
If you work in an office or other professional setting, you might want to forgo the gym attire because it might be viewed as unprofessional.
Avoid wearing layers of clothing. It’s best to wear as little clothing as possible while it’s hot and humid outside. Use long dresses, skirts, or shirts with longer sleeves if you’re trying to maintain your modesty. But remember that you’ll be hotter the more stuff you wear.
To keep cool and cover your legs, put on a maxi dress.
For a casual appearance, cover your arms with a long-sleeved shirt made of linen.
If you feel better at ease being covered up, think about wearing a thin cardigan or kimono.
To shield your eyes from the sun, put on sunglasses. Who said summer accessories couldn’t be stylish? Add a matching pair of sunglasses to your attire to say, “I’m cool inside and out.” Sunglasses are not only very fashionable, but they also shield your eyes from the sun’s damaging rays.
To dress up a standard business look, choose a pair of aviators.
Consider using sunglasses with a round rim for a fashionable beach look.
Verify again that your sunglasses offer UV protection; otherwise, you won’t receive the necessary sun protection.
Put on breathable, comfy footwear. In the summer, many people experience swollen or perspiring feet. Fortunately, this can be avoided by putting on loose-fitting shoes or sandals. Avoid shoes with leather or rubber soles and choose ones with canvas or cotton soles that are comfy.
For a lovely yet casual style, wear a little sundress with matching canvas slip-on shoes.
If you’re going to the beach, opt for the traditional flip-flop.
When running errands, consider donning a pair of Crocs.
To keep your skin protected throughout the day, use sunscreen. It’s always important to use sunscreen, no matter what your hot day comprises. In hot, sunny weather, sunscreen is by far the most essential item since it helps shield users against sunburn, skin cancer, and early ageing. Apply sunscreen before leaving and store a bottle in your bag or car for later use.