The Season Of Sweat Isn't Over Yet, So Here Are 32 Pieces Of Clothing To Help

Unless otherwise specified, all sizes in this post are listed in women’s.


A sleeveless swing mini for impromptu wine nights with le pals, grocery store runs, fancier dinners (simply add in some heels), et cetera. Versatility is this dress’ strongest suit.

the green dress


A flowy maxi that’s just inspired me to scour Airbnb for a staycation in the middle of nowhere. I can picture it already: surrounded by nature, drinking coffee in a semi-modern cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows… all while wearing this.

reviewer wearing the long blue dress


A floral print romper if you love the look of dresses but are terrified of sudden gusts of wind. This gives you the silhouette of a short mini ~but~ the flowy shorts mean you can cartwheel in public without panic. *attempts a cartwheel at 27* *is in pain for a week straight*


A maxi dress that you’ll wear with alarming frequency (think: every. single. day.) due to its lightweight material, versatile design, *and* the fact that it has pockets.

reviewer wearing the dress in black


A high-waisted palazzo trouser for a wardrobe staple that’s great for team meetings, happy hours, and pretty much everything else in between. Now repeat after me: chic.


A drawstring romper with all the comfort of the pajama set you’ve been wearing to bed since 1893, but it’s not fuzzy fleece rubber duck pajamas and ergo a *lot* more chic.

reviewer wearing black romper


Elastic waistband shorts that are a hot weather staple if I ever did lay my peepers on one. The quality linen fabric ensures your thighs won’t be slick with sweat, plus they look super casual chic to boot.

model wearing the nude linen shorts


A striped cap sleeve midi meant for frolicking in gardens ripe with tomatoes, tulips, lots of citrus, and potentially forest animals. I highly recommend wearing this in your studio apartment to trick yourself into the idea that your life is “cottagecore.” It hurts.

reviewer wearing striped midi dress


A strapless floral maxi that feels like it should come with an all-inclusive resort package because, wow, this is a vacation dress if I ever did see one. Slipping this on will make afternoon Zoom calls feel as if they’re taking place somewhere tropical.


A spaghetti-strap midi designed with a mid-thigh slit for ~ventilation~ because leg sweat during humidity = a real issue, and one that plagues me from mid-May to October.

model wearing red dress


A tortoiseshell button V-neck number guaranteed to make you feel ~trendier than thou~ on your stroll to the corner deli. Available in neutral colors and fun patterns alike, quickly throw this on to make it seem as if you didn’t snooze through your alarm this morning.


A cotton set so lovely, I actually gasped aloud and stopped scrolling. I do not pretend to understand the meaning of / live my life to the “cottagecore” aesthetic but, oh my word, this has me contemplating a life filled with forest animals and hand-picked berries.

model wearing the black cotton set


High-waisted flare pants available in several colors and, consider this a warning, you’ll want to stock up on every one. Over 12,000 reviewers swear that these babies are heaven in clothing form — buttery soft, amazingly stretchy, and perfect for any occasion.


A sleeveless T-shirt dress to replace the leggings you’ve been wearing since, oh, last October. This equally comfortable option won’t retain humidity and allows your limbs to feel some breeze.

reviewer wearing black sleeveless dress


A tank top because the band tee you own and love is made from a fabric best described as “heavy and prone to smelling bad after one drop of sweat hits it.” Swap for the season with this; let in that airflow.

reviewer wearing white rolling stones tank


A longline padded tank that reaps the versatility of a tank with the sweet, sweet support of underwire thanks to a body-hugging fit. TL;DR: going braless (and avoiding that extra layer on hot days) will have never felt so secure.


A V-neck tee purposely designed with looser sleeves so you can banish this question forever from your lips: do I have pit stains?

reviewer wearing the white top


A tank top and shorts combo if “hot sleeper” doesn’t even begin to describe the pool of sweat that’s bubbled around your body by the time you’re hitting snooze. This set gives humidity problems the boot due to how breathable and lightweight it is.


A sleeved T-shirt for scenic walks and long hikes. This top enlists the help of a lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric that also provides sun protection and prevents any smelly odors from forming (because all deodorant effectiveness goes right out the window the moment you start to sweat, that’s not up for debate).

reviewer wearing the sleeved top in blue


A cutout back maxi described by one reviewer as “literally perfect” which means that hello and bonjour, I am absolutely adding this to my cart. I, too, would like literal perfection in my wardrobe.


A exercise dress because athleisure is alive and well, but pairing leggings and a sport bra can feel like such a chore in the morning. Presenting your daily solution: a mid-weight number with slight compression ideal for walks *and* brunch.

model wearing the dress


An off-shoulder maxi dress designed with the phrase wardrobe staple, the kind of number you can wear to weddings and birthday dinners *or* for a stroll along a beach boardwalk.


A flared drawstring skirt you can pair with a white tee (we highly rec. the TikTok method of cropping seen below) and et voila, that fashion blog shall be calling.

reviewer wearing the dotted skirt


Track sweats perfect for the inconsistent temps we experience every false spring, when outfit choices can easily swap from parkas to tanks overnight. Reviewers swear these are crafted with magic fabric that remains cool on sweaty days *and* warm on frigid ones. Hermione? Are you responsible for this?


A pajama set here to nudge your high school gym shorts and old soccer team T-shirt into retirement. Sweaty sleepers, this cool-to-the-touch bamboo fabric is *especially* divine for you.

model wearing the purple pajama set


Compression shorts available in three lengths, with even the ~shortest~ version ensuring that your assets won’t be on full display with every step you take. Throw in the fact that these have pockets and voila, warm weather dressing just got a whole lot easier.


A pocketed jersey T-shirt dress purposely designed with a longer hemline, which means your undergarments won’t be on the brink of exposure with every sudden gust of wind.

reviewer wearing the black dress


A two-piece set I fully intend on wearing whilst padding around my 400-square-foot living room, a sneaky way to trick my mind into thinking I’m yachting in the Mediterranean instead of…. working from my couch. Currently adding this to my cart in anticipation of an eventual vacay.


A lace trim tank and shorts set crafted with velvet, aka this is the embodiment of luxe loungewear. Wearing this around your apartment takes mundane activities (hello, mindless Instagram scrolling) and makes it feel like an event.

the burgundy velvet tank top and lace trim shorts


Baggy overalls (with pockets!) for anyone who detests having to scrounge up a matching top and bottom, plus wants to look peak Instagram-worthy in their loungewear — all you’ll have to do is slip this on over a bralette *or* a sleeved tee.

reviewer wearing the black jumpsuit


A two-pack of crewneck tees, because it’s about time you bid adieu to the ratty old gym shirt you’ve been wearing for the past, oh, decade. These are simple, sleek, and crafted with a moisture-wicking material.

one shirt in black and the other in white


A linen button-down really evoking sweet summer memories for me. I can picture it now: the smell of salty water and sunscreen, barefoot, clad in a trendy swimsuit and this hunk of loveliness layered on top. ::checks the weather app:: ::begins to sob::

model wearing the white top

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