10 Floaty Tent Dresses for When It's Just Too Hot Outside to Care

One of these + one of these = good to go.

The reason we don't all just go naked in hot weather—besides the fact that that would be a lot of pressure—is that loose, light clothing traps a pocket of air around your body that helps cool you down. Keeping that in mind, we present 10 cute tent/trapeze dresses that are both sartorially *and* scientifically better than wearing nothing at all.

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Boohoo

The secret to wearing these and not looking completely pregnant: Keep the hemline short and your neck/shoulders out.

$30, boohoo.com.

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H&M

Major side-boob opportunity here.

$60, hm.com.

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Kaelen

When you move, those contrast panels unfurl and swish around like your own personal streamers.

$477, kaelennyc.com.

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Lisa Marie Fernandez

::sees the necktie:: ::adds to cart::

$440, net-a-porter.com.

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Madewell

Like something Scout Finch would be secretly happy to wear. Straw boater mandatory.

$128, madewell.com.

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Mango

Roll out of bed, add slides and shades, go.

$40, shop.mango.com.

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Gap

Okay, this *needs* to make it to the beach this summer.

$80, gap.com.

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Pixie Market

Be the comfiest, most well-aerated guest at the wedding.

$119, pixiemarket.com.

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& Other Stories

Made for twirling.

$85, stories.com.

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Zara

Sun's out, clavicles out.

$50, zara.com.

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