In the summer, we’re forced to spend hours in the heat and cold, waiting for the sun to warm up.
But as we get ready for the long winter months, our clothes are more likely to be worn outside in the shade of a tree or by a fan.
Because the sun can make them look dreary.
As the article explains, “a shade is warmer than a full sun.
A full sun has more energy, so the shade looks brighter, and the cooler it is, the more energy is being released into the air, which means the clothes look brighter.”
So why do we need shade?
It has two main advantages.
Firstly, it makes your clothes look less drearily.
And secondly, it helps you keep cool.
If you’ve been working in the summer for a while, you’ve probably noticed that you can actually get a bit of sunburn on the back of your neck, which can be exacerbated by your shorts and shirt.
The main problem with wearing shorts and shirts in the winter, especially during the cold months, is that they make you look even more drearier, as the article notes.
So why is it so important to wear clothes outside in a shade?
As the sun sets, we need to be at least a shade shade of skin colour to prevent heat loss, and we need some shade to help cool us down.
So, if you’re going to be out in the cold in the morning, wear shorts or shirts that will help you keep you cool in a sun-baked room.
But, as mentioned above, the biggest problem with shorts and clothes in summer is that you’ll get dreariier looking clothes when you’re outside in that shade.
So if you don’t feel like wearing your clothes outdoors in the sunshine, wear some shorts and/or shirts with sleeves.
These sleeves are also great for getting rid of heat loss in the hottest parts of the day.
Here are some practical tips to keep you warm in the chilly winter: Avoid wearing jackets or hats that are too long.
You’ll lose more heat if you wear too many layers of clothing, so make sure you don´t go with a jacket that is too long for you.
A sweater that has sleeves will help keep your body cool when you are wearing it outside in temperatures below 20C.
Don´t wear jackets with holes in the bottom.
This can cause heat loss when you put it on, and can also lead to overheating.