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Silk keeps our body cool with its breathability and temperature-regulating properties. It does not easily stick to our skin, keeping us dry and fresh.

Does Silk Make You Sweat in The Summer?

Silk is breathable enough for summer and won’t actually make you sweat. It also has great moisture-wicking properties that allow sweat to pass through.

However, the low absorbency of silk means that sweat stains will be visible. While you can wear silk in hot weather, if it is humid or you generally perspire a lot, you may want to wear this fabric in darker shades.

Is Silk Absorbent?

Silk is a natural protein fiber and is hydrophobic, which means that it repels water.

This also makes it wick away moisture and discharge sweat into the atmosphere, keeping you feeling cool and fresh.

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Does Silk Keep You Cool?

As silk wicks away moisture on your skin, you’ll experience a slight temperature drop when your sweat evaporates. This keeps you cool and relaxed on hot days.

What Is The Most Breathable Fabric in Hot Weather?

Despite the many benefits of silk over cotton, when it comes to breathability, cotton wins over silk, hands down. Although lightweight silk is breathable enough to wear in hot weather, making it an all-season fabric, cotton has a level of breathability like no other.

The natural fiber structure and absorbent properties of cotton make it super breathable and comfortable compared to other fabrics such as silk, wool, polyester, etc.

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