Why Cotton Is The Best Fabric To Wear During Summers – Uptownie

Why Cotton Is The Best Fabric To Wear During Summers

You know how sometimes two words that have contrastingly different meanings end up being used synonymously? Same goes for Cotton and Comfort. Although cotton is a fabric and comfort is a feeling, we can't help but pair those terms together more often than we intend to. 'It's hot and humid outside; I don't feel like dressing up; I want to wear something comfortable; I am going to work out,' and the frequent thread of commonality is cotton. 

From work to play, athletic wear to evening wear, cotton is there.

I mean, I know all about how comfort doesn't really fit into high end fashion, and Christian Louboutin's famous quote goes like, 'I would hate for someone to look at my shoes and say, "They look so comfortable!", but let's face it, we can't walk red carpets everyday and we certainly can't walk in six inch heels when it's all muddy from the heavy rain. 

Entrée, why cotton will never go out of fashion:

  • Eat- Cotton is the most breathable fabric you could come across! It is soft, stretchy, cling-free and comfortable to wear, basically customised for your thanksgiving turkey!  
  • Pray- It is soft, natural and that moisture-wicking cotton is specially designed to keep you drier and cooler during exercise. It absorbs the sweat from your body and allows it to evaporate into the air. It works like a towel, wicking the moisture away from your skin and discouraging the growth of bacteria and yeast.
  • Love- Love it because it's durable (Adapting to weather conditions; keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter), low maintenance, natural and non-allergic. It does not retain odours and the dirt can be washed off easily in a a washing machine. Therefore, count on cotton, anytime, anywhere because it is here to stay for the long haul.  

Oh have I mentioned how comfortable it is? 

Look good, Feel even better! 


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