We all know the feeling: the chill as you walk into an overly-air-conditioned room from the blazing heat outside. Most of the time it’s comforting; you let out a deep sigh as your skin stops melting from the sun, the sweet beading on your forehead freezes and you instantly feel rejuvenated. But sometimes the cold isn’t so nice. Like when you’re sitting in it all day, for example.
What’s a person to do when you want to wear cute summer sundresses in the office, but once you get inside it feels like an igloo? How do you dress when you know you’ll be sweating on your commute to and from your internship, but you’ll be shivering like you’re in the tundra the whole time you’re there? The solution: you just have to get creative.
Depending on how relaxed the dress code at your internship is, there’s a lot you can do to make sure your outfit can transition from hot to cold.