What We're Wearing

Heat Wave Style

Wallace & Barnes camp collar black and white print shirt

What We're Wearing

Heat Wave Style

How to survive unbearable
temperatures in style

It's hot out there. Sometimes excruciatingly, unbearably hot. And don't forget about the humidity. Of course, just because the weather is unpleasant, we still want to look good, right? After all, people are still expected to go about their daily business, even if that means sweating through their shirts. What you need are essentials that will help you weather the mugginess in style. From a breezy camp collar shirt and breathable shorts to barely-there underwear that wicks away moisture and an oil roller that's damn close to your own personal air conditioner, we've assembled a survival kit of sorts.

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Your Warm Weather Kit

Wallace & Barnes Camp Collar Shirt

Camp collar shirt,
$85 by Wallace & Barnes

Everlane Air Chino Shorts

Cut from breathable, 4.2 oz lightweight cotton poplin with considerable stretch for comfort

Air Chino shorts,
$48 by Everlane

Quay Australia Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized sunglasses,
$60 / $39 by Quay Australia

Onia Hybrid Espadrilles

Hybrid espadrilles,
$175 / $148.98 by Onia

Uniqlo Airism Boxer Briefs

Quick-drying underwear with Cool Touch technology

Airism boxer briefs,
$9.90 by Uniqlo

Salt & Stone Natural Deodorant

Natural deodorant,
$18 by Salt & Stone

Saje Peppermint Halo Essential Oil Roller

Peppermint Halo essential oil roller,
$26.95 by Saje

Your Warm Weather Kit

Men's warm weather outfit inspiration

Camp collar shirt,
$85 by Wallace & Barnes

 

Polarized sunglasses,
$60 / $39 by Quay Australia

 
 

Air Chino shorts,
$48 by Everlane

Airism boxer briefs,
$9.90 by Uniqlo

 
 

Peppermint Halo essential oil roller,
$26.95 by Saje

Natural deodorant,
$18 by Salt & Stone

 

Hybrid espadrilles,
$175 / $148.98 by Onia

 

Cut from breathable, 4.2 oz lightweight cotton poplin with considerable stretch for comfort

Quick-drying underwear with Cool Touch technology

FYI

Your mouth gets dry when you sweat because your body is sending a signal that your blood pressure is dropping and you need to replenish your system with water.

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