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The best of…summer comfort

Lavender-Peppermint Mud Mask, Columbia Omni-Freeze Zero Shirt, and more

Lavender-Peppermint Mud Mask
After a hot day, the peppermint in this face mask from Alaska Glacial Mud Co. “opens the skin’s cool-temp receptors” as lavender “calms and soothes.”
$34, alaskaglacialmud.com
Source: Self.com

Columbia Omni-Freeze Zero Shirt
A shirt that prevents overheating isn’t just a summer dream. Built-in polymer beads react to perspiration by lowering the fabric’s temperature and cooling you down on a scorching day.
$45, columbia.com
Source: Prevention

Stetson Open Road Straw Hat
A straw cowboy hat is perfect for staying cool and dry. Stetson, one of America’s oldest headwear manufacturers, makes this “trend-proof” style, favored by Lyndon Johnson.
$55, allensboots.com
Source: Texas Monthly

No. 21 Floral Shorts
Tired of wearing those denim cutoffs all summer long? These silky shorts are a “dressy alternative,” with a “more polished and even work-appropriate look” for the hottest days in the office.
$124, matchesfashion.com
Source: New York magazine

Flogg ‘Rexford’ Sandals
Support your feet in the heat with these cushioned platform sandals. They’ll add a “little bounce in your step” with their rubber sole and EVA insoles.
$150, shop.nordstrom.com
Source: LAMag.com

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