5 Fashion Designers Show You How To Take Your Monsoon Wardrobe From Drab To Fab Instantly!
For most of us, the monsoons are a welcome sight at first. The dust settles, and we finally get some respite from the heat. But that feeling of bliss is short-lived because the rainy season also means musty closets and messy puddles that can seriously limit our wardrobe choices. Besides, if we do decide to dress up, the weather has a way of wreaking havoc on our vibe and outfits. Fortunately, there are some easy fashion hacks that you can use to keep your style on point this season!
We got 5 fashion designers to weigh in on how to dress for the monsoon, and we think these tips could be the beginning of a makeover!
Vedika M: Play with vibrant colours
For fashion designer Vedika M, the monsoon is the season to bring out those vibrant colours. She picks lemon yellows, bright pinks and lime greens to cut through the gloomy days that lie ahead.
She also recommends keeping outfits at calf or knee length, a detail that will save you a lot of soiled hems!
Suman B: Keep It Natural
For the house of Lola By Suman B, it’s all about experimenting! So wear your brightest outfits to add some happy details to the shadowy days.
It is also a good call to stick to natural fabrics like cotton, lightweight silks in darker colours to avoid a wardrobe malfunction when wet.
Urvashi Joneja: Opt for comfy co-ords
For Urvashi Joneja, comfort is key. She makes a big case for comfortable separates as daily wear. Chic separates are also notoriously famous for transforming into evening looks; just add some heels!
Well-fitted co-ordinates are no fuss, which is great if you tend to travel for work a lot.
Bhaavya Bhatnagar: Switch to Easy Silhouettes
For Bhaavya Bhatnagar, the monsoon is when she packs up her jeans! This is to make space for languid, easy silhouettes that are loosely fitted, but in a chic way.
She encourages fun prints and vibrant colours as well, they make for a fresh and relaxed style statement.
The Right Cut: Embroidery FTW!
For the good people at The Right Cut, monsoon style is all about the detailing. Whether it’s a beautifully embroidered dress, embellished flip flops or even a bright umbrella, these details are sure to pay off!