How to Dress Like an Editor in 100-Degree Heat

"I think the key to dressing when it's stifling out is NOT looking put together. The heat is such an equalizer—everyone is drenched and everyone has frizzy, unruly hair—it's an excuse to look a little wilder. I wear my hair out and if it's all over the place, fine. As for my outfit, casual and looser is airier, and looks appropriately summery and relaxed. I'm thinking colorful muumuus belted around the middle with flats." - Megan O'Neill, Associate Beauty Editor
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If there's one thing worth mastering before the summer heat hits it stickiest, steamiest high, it's looking good while staying cool. Here's how seven of our editors do it.