The word ‘Monsoon’ brings into mind relentless downpours, chilly winds and muddy streets, and of course, heartwarming moments and memories being the silent observer enjoying a cup of coffee and watching the rain hit the earth.
Monsoon is about bright, cheerful colors and comfortable clothes. From ‘work from home’ meetings to cozy coffee dates, dress according to the season to impress.
So, it is time to put back jeans, maxi skirts, long palazzos and trousers into the closet. And build up a new wardrobe collection for monsoon fashion trends. It’s a season of shorts, dresses, and playsuits as shorter clothes help to prevent getting stained from the rain splashes.
Also, add leather shoes and heels to the list. So here are some ideas that will help you with what to wear during this season.
Say no to whites! White clothes get stained during monsoon season easily and usually tend to become transparent after getting wet. Pick bright poppy colors, floral prints are a good example of that. This brings out the playful side of your personality and upgrades your wardrobe up a notch for Monsoon fashion trends.
Bye bye denim and linen
Denim gets heavier and Linen shrinks after getting wet. So, they are a big no-no this season. Go for fabrics which are easy drying like cotton, mul, chiffon, nylon. Shorts in solid colors are a must have for this season as they can be replaced with the jeans. Solid colored shorts are like a master key, which u can pair up with almost any casual wear. Khaki shorts are a hot trend.
Shorten the Hemline
Shorter hemlines mean staying away from getting mud stains on clothes. Go for shorts, playsuit, and dresses. Dresses like skater dress, A-line dress will be perfect outfits for this monsoon season. Comfort should be our topmost priority while selecting attire and these dresses solve the purpose as well as look killer.
It may seem flip flops will be a good option, but rubber shoes are the best rain friendly shoes. Unlike flip flops and loose slippers, they do not squirt back the dirt on clothes or feet. They are cheap, washable, and comfortable. Wearing heels won’t give an easy walk. So, avoid wearing heels as well.
Every season is Ethnic Season. Opt for short kurtis with ankle length leggings instead of floor length Anarkali’s, salwar suits, and Palazzo. As mentioned above Shorter the hemline, cleaner the clothes. Use a scarf instead of a dupatta, fuse it up a bit.