Like that Katy Perry song, Singapore’s weather has been hot and cold lately, which makes dressing up tricky. And while it’s easier to dress for the chilly office A/C (read: jacket and a scarf), dressing up for the heat is a whole different story because you need to pay attention to the material and the cut as well. Rather than sweat it out in a scratchy polyester shift dress, check out our fave heat-busting dresses here!
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