Stepping out in style on a rainy and humid day is not easy. But monsoon fashion is flooded with the brightest of choices you can pick and choose. This monsoon, look chic and comfy with the right choice of clothes. Here are some monsoon fashion hacks you need to keep in mind while dressing up on a wet day.
Choose the right fabric
Choosing the right clothing fabrics will save you a lot of trouble. Soft Cotton fabric is one of the all-time favourite materials to beat the heat and humidity. It gives a cooling effect on the skin. Rayon fabric is another good option. It easily absorbs moisture from the body and dries easily. You can also go for Chambray fabric. The denim look-alike fabric is trendy and comfy.
Experiment with colours
To brighten up the gloomy day, opt for bright colours, printed fabrics and light footwears. Pack away those stilettos, leather shoes, sheer tops and furry clothes. Wear light, pretty spring pastels.
Scarves and accessories
Add colourful scarfs and stoles while wearing kurtis and avoid using the conventional long dupattas. Accessorise with trendy umbrellas, funky jewelleries and jelly shoes. To beat the manic rainy season, you may like to go for silky-smooth satin stoles or scarves that dries easily when wet.
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Avoid large and long, sweeping clothing
Avoid clothing types likes rough denims, long skirts, crisp shirt and heavily embroidered outfits during the monsoon. Avoid clothings made of thick fabrics and opt for quick-to-dry, easy-to-breathe fabrics.
Flip flops and crocs are a smart choice for casual wears. Apart from them, wedges are comfortable to wear and practical choice for the wet season. Avoid leather shoes. The moist weather can spoil your expensive leather wears. Also avoid snickers as they take long to dry when wet.
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Keep it simple and comfy
Above all, keeping it simple and comfy is the best way to avoid all monsoon woes. Wear simple clothes that are easy to wear, wash, clean and that dry easily in the moist weather.