UV Index Advises a Sol La La day


Try out the UV Index calculator for your area of interest!

The sun may not feel like it’s beating down on your shoulders in the cool fall temperatures, but chances are it’s still a Sol La La day! 

Did you know that up to 80% of UV rays can pass through autumn clouds, and the National Weather Service says a UV index of 3 or higher means you should wear UPF protective clothing?

Today, it is 66 degrees in New York City and the UV index is a 5! What’s your "UVx?"

Sol Sisters, knowing your UVx risk is just a click away. Simply enter your zip code in the UV Index monitor above or download this handy UV index app from the EPA — we like to keep it on our phones next to our weather app. The index ranges from 0 (low) to 11 or more (extreme) and the app offers tips for sun protection based on the daily number.

Use your local UVx to help you select your sun-smart fashion, whether it’s styling a Sol O scarf to brace against a crisp autumn breeze or wearing a cute Swing tunic with leggings to go apple picking … and feel Sol La La!

Let us know you’re staying sun-safe by posting your local UVx and how you’re wearing your Sol La La styles on Facebook or Instagram!

- The Sol La La Team




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