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Beat the Humidity Blues With Breezy Pieces That Look Good, Too

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With the help of lightweight fabrics, neutral hues, and a strategic exercise in wearing as little as possible (without risking a skin-baring snafu), we think it's pretty darn easy to beat the humidity blues. Remember to steer clear of materials that don't breathe; in fact, we've got two words for you: woven cotton. If you want to up your formality, opt for loose-fitted silk or semisheer chiffon pieces that won't cling to you as the temperatures rise. Finally, in order to properly beat these hot, humid weather extremities, it's all about wearing more "giving" silhouettes á la airy maxi dresses, wide-leg trousers, relaxed tops — you get the idea. With that, here are 11 Summer-perfect pieces that breathe and look good.

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