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How to Dress for Global Warming

How to Dress for Global Warming

Global Warming Attire

Let's face it. It's too cold to dress like it's Summer, but it's too warm to dress like it's Winter.

This is the perfect opportunity for men to wear suits.

This is how to dress for Global Warming.

Wearing layers is key. Always keep a jacket in your car for the nighttime chill.

Climate change can be felt everywhere, especially inside our closets. The change in weather can scramble seasonal trends, like an omelet of uncomfortable attire. My suggestion is to take elements of Winter but mix in the ingredients of Fall. It’s about wearing colors that match the season with textures that match the weather.

Hope you haven’t put away your Fall attire, because this is your opportunity to wear your chinos and lightweight jackets. People are either dressing too warm, where it looks like it’s summer, but this weather is more of a transition between Fall and Winter.  Stay away from wearing textures that are too heavy, such as corduroy and sweaters. If you wear light textures but colors that match the season, then you’re all set for Global Warming.

Dressing Warm and Staying Cool

Dressing Warm and Staying Cool

SUITSUPPLY X HAVANA

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