ONE: When Seals and Crofts sang "Summer Breeze" in 1972 they were not talking about daytime in North Texas. If you get a "breeze" here in the daytime it feels like when you pop open a hot oven to look at whatever you have baking in there. And it does not make you feel fine.
TWO: When Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer wrote "In the Cool, Cool, Cool, of the Evening" they, too, were not talking about North Texas in the summertime. The best you will get here (and it does not make for good song lyrics) is: the tolerable, tolerable, tolerable of the evening.
THREE: When fashion experts come on TV and say, "You can convert this simple summer day dress into evening wear by adding a classic jacket" they are not talking to women in North Texas. If you put a jacket on over your dress here in the summer you will die. Right after people laugh at you for being stupid.