I've stumbled across this line in a short novel and all of a sudden, everything I've learnt so far as a student in the language has gone out the window by something as simple as the "で" particle.
From what I can gather, it almost feels like で should be translated as something like "yet or "but" here, but I'm not aware of any usages of "で" with this sort of nuance.
"A cold expression like that on Misaki yet[?] In a hot place, I think it's really gross but I kinda like it?"
I'm not sure, the whole first part "美咲のそういう冷たい顔で暑苦しい所" seems a mess when I try to translate it in my head and I think it's because the で is causing me confusion, so it would be great if someone could point out where I'm going wrong :)