A shirt stays and a pair of Adidas t shirts stay.
But what if you’re going to be in the rain?
It can be a challenge to keep those two pieces of clothing dry.
Here are some tips to help you make sure your shirts stay dry and stay fashionable.
Wear a waterproof coat and rain boots for the rain.
While waterproof jackets and rain shoes are available, I prefer wearing a waterproof jacket with a long, wide, and breathable fabric.
I prefer the long, breathable, and wide fabric because it’s more breathable than the more rigid fabric found in a hoodie or sweatshirt.
If you don’t wear a hoody or sweatshop, you can use a rain boot, but it’s a good idea to test out these waterproof boots before you buy them because the rubberized rubber can cause the rubber to leak, according to the American Society for Testing and Materials.
In the rain, keep the fabric from soaking into your clothing.
If it’s dry enough, it will stay dry even if you wet it, but don’t try to water it.
For example, a cotton raincoat or a rain jacket with polyester lining can soak through a shirt or a t-shirt, but a polyester raincoat won’t.
If the fabric is wet, it can pull moisture from the water and get soaked.
To keep a raincoat dry, put it in a bag with an open side that has a small opening.
This way, you’re still getting water in your pocket but you’re not soaking water from your clothing or from the open side of the bag.
Also, a waterproof raincoat can be dry in one hand and dry in the other.
A rain jacket will also stay dry if you cover the hood with a waterproof cap, which can be used to help keep it dry even when you’re in the wet.