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Before our torching Texas heat gets going full throttle this year, consider the following: Most cotton clothes allow more than 50 percent of UV rays to penetrate the skin.
Short of shirking our beloved Supima, what?s a fashionable Dallas woman to do?
Personally, we plan to take Cover. The locally based ?sun-conscious? clothing line offers a rainbow of options for the pool or just tooling around this summer.
Originally started in 2007 by Lisa Moore and Robyn Stevens as a maker of flowy dresses and skirts, the company branched out last year to swimwear--and it?s making quite a splash.
Available at Neiman Marcus and Number One, the collection--certified to protect against up to 98 percent of the sun?s rays--ranges from traditional bandeau tops ($75) and maxi skirts ($174) to functional and fashionable swim shirts ($105 to $124).
And for those of us prone to pulling on a cover-up the second we step out of the water, we?ll gladly upgrade to the hooded cowl-necked dress ($150), which is both versatile and figure flattering.
The nylon and spandex blend resists fading and pilling, and is even machine washable. And we thought the best part of summer was the poolside drinks?
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