FASHION TIPS TO GET YOU THROUGH THE MONSOON
Even if you are completely enthralled by the beauty of rain, the idea of being soaked is unappealing to most people. The monsoon season is stunning, but only from a balcony or a window.
The hardships of the rainy season are evident when you go outside and meet the drab and miserable weather that blankets the whole city.
The monsoon season is unquestionably one of the most difficult periods to look your best. With frequent rains, potholes, and temperatures that range from humid to fully wet in a matter of seconds, one needs to be a little more cautious when suiting up.
Here are seven easy-to-wear monsoon wardrobe ideas that will make your outfit seem attractive while also keeping you comfortable.
WEAR COTTON CLOTHES

Cotton is the most reliable and safe cloth for the monsoons, and it also looks gorgeous. But it's not only about picking the correct cotton; it's also about picking the proper wardrobe. Cotton shirts and skirts, for example, are appropriate for kids.
The rainy season is also the best time to wear cotton dresses for women. Cotton sarees would be a nice change if you were going to a party. Cotton tees and shirts for guys may keep them comfortable while still looking stylish.
AVOID DENIM AT ALL COSTS
The muddy season during the monsoon makes commuting difficult. Even though denim is the most trendy wardrobe essential, you should avoid wearing it while it's raining. Denim, whether in the shape of a jacket or pants, will make the monsoon much more difficult owing to its low quality and inability to dry as quickly as other textiles.
Other than denim, you can wear cropped pants with crop tops, T-shirts with cotton shirts, or tube tops with skirts.
AVOID FULL-LENGTH BOTTOMS
You will not love walking with wet and muddy bottoms if you prefer strolling in the rain. As a result, palazzos, midi skirts, wide-leg trousers, and slender pants with a loose shape are more practical to wear during the monsoon.
Monsoon expands your closet with a variety of clothes that go with any look: Mini dresses for a party, blazer dresses for business, maxi dresses for casual meetings, and weekend drawstring dresses
SCARF UP YOUR ATTIRE

Wearing a statement scarf is a fantastic way to protect your newly cleaned hair from rainfall while still looking beautiful.
Pick one with a trendy print like a geometric pattern, a floral pattern, or an Aztec motif. For a beautiful and practical style, pair them with floral dresses or casual maxis.
You may wrap it over your head when it starts to rain and wear it around your neck to protect yourself from cold winds. Aside from safeguarding yourself, it's a good idea to put a case on your phone.
KEEP IT LOOSE
Body-hugging clothing tends to constrict even more when wet. As a result, your skin is unable to breathe, resulting in rashes or allergies. To give your ensemble a distinctive style, use loose-fitting clothing.
Loose shirts, Kurtis, and large jackets are great for the monsoon. Off-the-shoulder or trim-sleeved tops will keep you cool while keeping your sleeves dry.
EXPERIMENT WITH COLOURS
Monsoon is all about happy vibes and having a good time, so why not incorporate that into your style? Colours that are bright make you appear even more vibrant.
During this gloomy season, light colours like white and beige should be avoided since they become transparent. Also, bright colours tend to show rain marks, so consider dark colours.
Vibrant pinks, blues, oranges, and yellows look excellent when paired with neutrals.
PICK APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR

You should wear shoes that are comfortable and safe during the monsoon season, just like you should wear clothes. Avoid wearing heels, stilettoes, or any other closed shoes. It's also not a good idea to wear leather or velvet shoes. —
Rubber shoes, jelly shoes, and brightly coloured flip-flops are all excellent choices. Wear waterproof socks as well to keep your feet dry and bacteria-free.
June 22, 2022 — Aditya Gokhale