Dressing up with the Monsoon

"We strongly believe that fashion has no season BUT the unanticipated rain forces us to think otherwise."


Ok, let’s put it out there taking into account India’s varied climatic conditions - Fashion is seasonal.
If the rain and thunderstorm are getting into your nerves and adding to your fashion woes, do not fret.


Let us help you step up your fashion game this monsoon.




What to wear?

Quick drying cloth!
Choose light fabric over denim, leather, and other heavy clothing. We urge you to go for breathable and soft on the skin clothes. Cotton is the best of the lot, easy to wear; easy to dry. 100% cotton apparel can solve almost all your monsoon related hiccups. Chiffon and nylon are other practical fabrics for the rains which dry up in a jiffy. You could also go for linen as it is a fabric suitable for monsoon.





Wearing the right colors is another game changer. Avoid wearing light colors can go transparent after a drizzle. Embarrassing much?!
Choose solid colors. Reds, blues, greens, yellows, and other bright colors might be the ones that cheers you up and soaks up the monsoon dullness. Prints are- in trend! Now who wouldn’t want to look attractive in a crisp printed tropical shirt?!


Thumbs up: Relaxed fit T-shirts, shirts, straight cut trousers, jogger pants, Capri trousers, shorts and short/mid length dresses.



What not to wear?

Comfort in one thing you are often forced to compromise during this heavy rainy season. Imagine being drenched in your denim soaked right to the bone. Now that is one situation, we all want to avoid. So, denims are a big “No-No!” Agreed that the biker dudes out there might frown on us but sorry riders, leather is another non-monsoon fabric! Since, it is not water friendly, it is recommended to keep all your leather jackets and trousers locked up in your closet until winter.

Thumbs down: Denims, leather jackets, wool, skin hugging tops.



Choosing the right footwear!

We cannot stress enough on the importance to be practical with your footwear choices during monsoon. You definitely do not want to expose your priced leather shoes or stilettos to water when it is pouring cats and dogs.




Flip-flops are tailor made for the waterlogged streets. That’s not it, washable canvas sneakers and gumboots can also be your trusty companion this monsoon. Girls can choose from jelly flats, ballerina shoes and wedges made of water proof material.

So, don’t let this monsoon water down your fashion sensibilities.. Bring in your ‘A’ game and dress to impress!

"We strongly believe that fashion has no season BUT the unanticipated rain forces us to think otherwise."


Ok, let’s put it out there taking into account India’s varied climatic conditions - Fashion is seasonal.
If the rain and thunderstorm are getting into your nerves and adding to your fashion woes, do not fret.


Let us help you step up your fashion game this monsoon.




What to wear?

Quick drying cloth!
Choose light fabric over denim, leather, and other heavy clothing. We urge you to go for breathable and soft on the skin clothes. Cotton is the best of the lot, easy to wear; easy to dry. 100% cotton apparel can solve almost all your monsoon related hiccups. Chiffon and nylon are other practical fabrics for the rains which dry up in a jiffy. You could also go for linen as it is a fabric suitable for monsoon.





Wearing the right colors is another game changer. Avoid wearing light colors can go transparent after a drizzle. Embarrassing much?!
Choose solid colors. Reds, blues, greens, yellows, and other bright colors might be the ones that cheers you up and soaks up the monsoon dullness. Prints are- in trend! Now who wouldn’t want to look attractive in a crisp printed tropical shirt?!


Thumbs up: Relaxed fit T-shirts, shirts, straight cut trousers, jogger pants, Capri trousers, shorts and short/mid length dresses.



What not to wear?

Comfort in one thing you are often forced to compromise during this heavy rainy season. Imagine being drenched in your denim soaked right to the bone. Now that is one situation, we all want to avoid. So, denims are a big “No-No!” Agreed that the biker dudes out there might frown on us but sorry riders, leather is another non-monsoon fabric! Since, it is not water friendly, it is recommended to keep all your leather jackets and trousers locked up in your closet until winter.

Thumbs down: Denims, leather jackets, wool, skin hugging tops.



Choosing the right footwear!

We cannot stress enough on the importance to be practical with your footwear choices during monsoon. You definitely do not want to expose your priced leather shoes or stilettos to water when it is pouring cats and dogs.




Flip-flops are tailor made for the waterlogged streets. That’s not it, washable canvas sneakers and gumboots can also be your trusty companion this monsoon. Girls can choose from jelly flats, ballerina shoes and wedges made of water proof material.

So, don’t let this monsoon water down your fashion sensibilities.. Bring in your ‘A’ game and dress to impress!

  • Sep 18, 2019
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