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Is crepe fabric good for summer?

Hey guys, I hope you're all doing great. So, I have a question regarding crepe fabric. I recently purchased a dress made of crepe fabric, and I was wondering if it would be suitable to wear it during the hot summer months. I'm a bit hesitant to wear it as I'm not sure how breathable the fabric is. Can anyone share their experience with wearing crepe fabric during the summer? Also, any tips on how to style it to keep cool would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Hi everyone, I wanted to share my experience regarding crepe fabric during summers. To be honest, I didn't find it to be the best option for the hot weather. Although it's lightweight, I found it to be a bit too clingy for my liking, which made me feel uncomfortable in the high humidity. I felt like I was constantly sweating, which ruined my entire look.

However, I do have a friend who loves wearing crepe fabric during summers and swears by it. She styles it with open-toe sandals and a crossbody bag for a casual and comfortable look. So I guess it ultimately comes down to personal preference and how your body reacts to the fabric. But based on my experience, I personally wouldn't recommend crepe fabric for hot and humid days.


Hey everyone, I just wanted to add my own two cents about crepe fabric during summers. Personally, I love wearing crepe fabric dresses and tops during the summer months. It feels light on the skin and doesn't cling to the body like some other fabrics do. I also find that it doesn't wrinkle very easily, which is always a plus.

In terms of styling, I like to pair my crepe fabric dress with white sneakers and a denim jacket. It's a comfortable yet stylish look that's perfect for a day out in the sun. I think crepe fabric can be a great option for hot weather, but it really depends on the individual and how they feel in the fabric. So if you're considering crepe fabric for the summer, definitely give it a try and see how it works for you!


Hello everyone, I'm happy to give my input regarding crepe fabric during summers. In my opinion, it's a perfect fabric to wear during the hot month if it's light weighted. I've found the crepe fabric I own to be comfortable and breathable, making it a great choice for days when the sun is shining.

In terms of styling tips, I usually pair my crepe fabric dress with statement earrings and strappy sandals. It gives a casual yet dressy look suitable for any summer occasion. I think the versatility of crepe fabric makes it an ideal option for summer, as it can be styled up or down as per the occasion.

Overall, I would definitely recommend giving crepe fabric a try during summers. It's comfortable, lightweight, and stylish, making it a perfect choice for any outing!


Hey there! I've worn crepe fabric during summers, and I would say it's a great fabric to wear in the hot weather. It's a lightweight and breathable fabric that keeps you comfortable throughout the day. The crepe fabric I own has a slightly textured surface that allows air to flow through, making it perfect for summer days.

As for styling, I love to pair my crepe fabric dress with strappy sandals and minimal jewelry. It keeps the look casual yet chic, and I don't feel weighed down by heavy accessories. I would definitely recommend giving crepe fabric a try this summer!


Hello everyone! I wanted to share my experience with crepe fabric during summer. To be honest, I'm not a big fan of wearing crepe fabric on hot summer days. I find the fabric to be a bit heavy and not as breathable as some other fabrics like cotton or linen.

However, I do have a few crepe fabric pieces that work well in the summer. When choosing crepe fabric for the summer, I go for the lighter weight options and try to stick to flowy silhouettes that don't cling to the body. I also make sure to style it with open-toe shoes to keep my feet cool and comfy.

All in all, I still prefer cotton and linen fabrics over crepe for summer, but I think with the right styling and fabric weight, it can work well for some people. It's all really about personal preference and what makes you feel comfortable and confident!

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