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Chico's-type knit travel wear for hot climates

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This probably isn't the appropriate place, but I know it is the most active forum. So, here goes.

I have quite a few pieces of the acetate or nylon knitwear with a bit of spandex, and this is marketed as travelwear. My question is if anyone has ever used these types of clothing in a hot and fairly humid place. Is it comfortable or unbearable? Does it start to smell quickly? Sometimes synthetics are fine in such climates, and sometimes they are horrible. I know for spring and early fall type temps this is perfect travel clothing, but I have no idea if I'd regret taking it to hot places. Thanks.

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