Monsoon Season is here! It is constantly pouring and water logging everywhere. While there is no way to escape from muddy roads, saving your clothes from getting sacrificed, is important. Every time we see a sudden downpour, we lose interest in getting dressed up stepping out of our homes, we fear the after math of getting drenched in rain. But it certainly can’t be avoided, right? Monsoon time is to revamp your fashion, rain proof your closet and hit the road like the diva you are always. Scroll down, make note of these hacks and your monsoon will be as romantic as our Bollywood says!

So, here we are to your rescue!

SAY BYE TO WHITES 

After going all pastel in the summers, its time to go all dank and dark and vibrant shades and kill the dullness. In moments of sudden downpour, this will help your clothes from getting transparent and save you from embarrassment. Trust me, more than the fear of whites getting dirty, this is something more scary.

OWN A STYLISH RAINCOAT

A must. But now it’s time to give our childhood’s favorite piece of monsoon clothing a makeover. Let’s give our raincoats a tad bit of styling along with its usual purpose of being.

PLASTIC FLIP FLOPS OR BOOTS 

The roads go all muddy and it can be a real pain when your favorite shoes get spoiled. So, it’s highly advised to choose plastic flip flops or sandals to save that precious lot of other footwear.
One thing that is a must have for monsoon season is a pair of Rain boots, they prevent your feet from getting dirty, gives a good grip and is a pearl that is always trending.

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SAY NO TO FITTED CLOTHES 

The issue with Fitted clothes is that they stick to body when it is humid. And managing something like this is troublesome. Rather opt for shift dresses and umbrella dresses.

GO SHORT

It’s time to flaunt those calves and for a good reason of preventing your lowers from getting dirty. Think of culottes, shorts, skirts or even dresses this season. They will help you during sudden unpleasant water showers.

Hack : Roll in up your regular length trousers or jeans a little bit and fix them internally through a bobby pin or two.

SURPRISING HAIR ACCESSORIES

Weather gods can be really unforgiving towards your hair, they can make it frizzy and greasy. So, a short cut to save you from this misery is to invest in some dry shampoo. Applying it will help absorb the excess oil settled in and help you tame the frizz.

SAY NO TO HEAVY MAKEUP
Don’t layer it up as there is a lot of moisture in the air, making your skin greasy and make you makeup look cake-y. So, here is a perfect regime for monsoon season to help you keep it light.

THE FOREVER SAVIOR SUNSCREEN

Sunscreen is a must not only during the summer season but also when it’s raining cats and dogs as its UV rays can still create havoc for your skin.

DON’T WEAR DENIMS
Denim as material is really thick and absorbs a lot of water, plus takes time to dry. On getting wet, it really sticks to your skin and thus make it really uncomfortable.

AVOID WEARING METAL JEWELRY
Wearing metal jewelry can cause rashes or redness around your neck region or between your fingers. So, we suggest you to use jewelry made through laces or fabrics.

DON’T WEAR LEATHER

It catches fungus due to the moisture in the air and can make you lose out on your extremely precious pair of shoes or jacket. So, totally ditch leather in rains.

AVOID LYCRA
Lycra is the kind of fabric that is body hugging and can really stick to your body when wet. It’s better to avoid it as it’s capable of making you conscious.

 SAY NO TO HAIR BUNS

Tying your hair into a bun can make moisture accumulate on your scalp and cause dandruff or irritation. So, it’s suggested to either keep your hair open or opt for loose ponytails.

 DON’T WEAR SPECTACLES
When you work in air conditioned spaces, the moisture in the atmosphere gets mixed up with cool air and can make your glasses foggy and leave droplets on it, making it capable of hindering your eyesight and increasing the power.

With these tips in your mind, you are all set to rock this monsoon season in style!

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 GO FOR NOTHING BUT NYLON BAGS

Opting for nylon and transparent bags this season will not only protect your belongings from getting wet during rains but also make you look chic and trendy.

With these tips in your mind, you are all set to rock this monsoon season in style!