When summer arrives, the season is dictated by little more than sweltering heat and the desire to stay as cool as possible.
During World War II, however, when soldiers found themselves working hard in sweltering climates, it became common to use them solely as outerwear.
They're the symbols of frivolity and the sultry sex appeal you only find in the hottest clubs in Miami on a sweltering evening, where music's pumping as hard as your heart, and the moonlight's making everyone glow.
They may not enjoy the popularity or versatility of the always-fabulous Little Black Dress, but white dresses definitely have their time and place during the sweltering summer months.
This is a natural insect repellent that will instantly drive those mosquitoes (and the cooling sensation is an added bonus in the sweltering heat!).