When it comes to Monsoon, keeping your style quotient high is always a challenging task. Whether it’s raining cats & dogs or just drizzling, or if it’s cloudy & sticky you always have the fashion saviors which can up your style game and make you look elegant and chic.
Whether you are going out for work, college or to party all night, there are few things which can make you shine in the gloomy rainy days.
So here is how you can rain-proof yourself in style –
Bespoke Umbrellas – You might have seen these umbrellas in movies like kingsman. So, it’s time you wake your inner Colin Firth up and show your classy side to your social circle. These umbrellas will not only save you from the rain but also add that ‘chivalric gentleman’ look that you always wanted. These umbrellas go perfectly with suits and even trench coats.
PVC Hand Bags – Clear bags are a perfect choice when you are stepping out in the rain. The plastic makes it waterproof and the quirky colours give you the flamboyant look that everyone is craving for in the dull atmosphere that rain creates.
Wellington Boots – The knee high gum boots can make the worst of the outfit standout. The boots have a long history as they were used by the British soldiers. And a century later, runways and music festivals are still benefiting from the war time legacy. So it’s time that you get a pair of these gum boots and up your style game.
Vinyl Mules – If you love wearing heels then go for water-resistant Vinyl Mules this monsoon as they protect your feet and make it easier for you to walk in slippery places. So don’t let the rain gods stop you from wearing heels and rock that monsoon outfit.
Avoid Denims – Denims take a long time to dry, so it’s better to avoid wearing damp jeans the whole day and wear something lighter and airier. Women can go for Palazzo, skirts or even dresses. Men can wear pants and trousers and can even go for a desi-kurta look.
Neon is the new black – When it’s raining, Neon colours can be a sight for the sore eyes. Nature craves for bright lights during monsoon but your outfit doesn’t have to. If you use neon in the right amount, your outfit can stand out perfectly. You can carry a hot pink scarf or use lime green earrings or even use a yellow/orange belt. If you want your look to be even more ‘out there’ then you can use colourful eye-liners. But make sure they are water-proof, no one wants to see colours running down your cheeks.
Transparent Umbrellas – Imagine wearing the perfect rainy day outfit that you want to show off but unfortunately it’s hidden behind the umbrella that you are carrying. So get a transparent umbrella and flaunt you floral dress or your tailored waistcoat. The umbrellas have a young and contemporary vibe to it which is perfect for the drizzling weather.