Celebrity Monsoon Looks That Will Inspire Your Everyday Style!
If you haven’t noticed by now, the monsoons are showering their glory upon us, and although the weather might be bliss, it can really hinder the fashion choices we make.
The weather during this season literally defines our style; and at times like this, we tend to pick convenient and comfortable, over the style factor.
There are self-made rules that we follow when it rains and it isn’t fun picking out clothes when you can’t (or more like, don’t want to) wear most of what’s in your closet.
Don’t wear white, don’t wear denim, anything heavy will just weigh you down — so many rules to obey! But guess what? It’s time you break them.
This season make the best of what you have by styling it in the most chic manner. Need some inspiration? Scroll down to see how celebrities are making a splash with their fun fashion statements during the rainy season.
Wear a lightweight kurti with a pair of jeans and fold the pair way above your ankles. Tie it in with a cute pair of sliders, that are actually waterproof and will work well for the monsoons!
An A-line midi skirt works wonder when the rain is pouring down on you. The fine fabric allows for easy drying, and its length lets you avoid the messy drag through mucky puddles and dirty streets.
Palazzo trousers are the perfect partner when it rains. Why? Not only do they dry really easily, but they are totally stick free when the humidity levels kick in!
Same with high-waisted culottes! These bottoms are so easy to work with when styling…tuck in a t-shirt, throw on your jacket and you are ready to conquer those waves. You might want to rethink the court shoes though…slip into something more comfy like sliders or a pair of sneakers, may be?
Want to dress up for an evening out, but don’t want to seem to overdressed for the weather. Well, pick a brightly coloured outfit, a dress or a co-ord skirt and top, and pair a denim jacket along with it. This adds a little bit of casual to something that might be a little too OTT.
Go boho-chic with a flare buttoned midi-skirt and a cropped top this season! Create that rustic vibe by raiding your desi jewellery and styling your ensemble with a chunky bohemian necklace.
If you want to go for bright colours that aren’t too jarring then think of pastels. Pastels in linen fabric or light cotton work especially well for the monsoons as they let your skin breathe when the temperatures instantly rise post a shower.
Give your denims a break and indulge in some boho-ethnic clothes. Switch out your jeans for dhoti pants and pair it with a stylish kurti and rain-proof sandals. If you don’t want to do go the desi way, then westernise it a little by wearing an a-line midi dress instead!
Leave plain colours behind and go for prints, the brighter the better. Add that tinge of vibrancy to a very dull day by pairing a print on another print — they can either be of the same family, or ones that compliment each other beautifully.
A cotton dress can so totally be jazzed up with a waistcoat or a complimentary jacket. Even if you take a fun kurti and wear it as a dress (provided it’s not slit on the sides of course). Tie in your look with sneakers and some chunky fun jewellery.
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