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summer-weight

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Definition of summer-weight in English:

adjective

(Of clothes) made of light fabric and therefore cool to wear: a shop selling only summer-weight clothes in November looked mildly ridiculous
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  • At last, we've reached that point where no summer-weight suit feels light enough after 11 a.m., and when, if a cab pulls up with its windows down and the air-conditioning off, you desperately want to let it go.
  • My hubby wears them with summer-weight Merrells.
  • Underneath he is all jet-set chic: a cream summer-weight suit with a fine blue stripe, teamed with a striped, open-neck shirt.

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