HOW TO DRESS UP DURING MOONSOON
Monsoon in India usually starts from July and lasts till September. No doubt it is the most romantic season as it makes everything around us look so fresh and lively but at times it gets on our nerves. Long traffics, muddy roads, inconvenience, drenched clothes and the thing that annoys and bugs us the most is choosing the right attire.
Don’t worry readers. Here are six tips you should keep in mind during monsoons while dressing up.
Avoid wearing light colours like whites and greys. They tend to turn transparent after you get wet and, well, who wants to make their clothes look as if they just got washed in mud?
Go for brighter hues like reds and blues. They go perfectly well with the weather. Lift the thunder clouds and add a hint of colourful accessories.
Replace your leather sandals with rubber slippers , sandals or floaters. They don’t soak water well and why in this world would you want to spoil your expensive leather footwear in puddles?
Carry an umbrella or rain coat
Don’t forget to carry an umbrella or rain coat before stepping out of your home. Match your umbrella with your attire to give a uniform look. An umbrella is like a saviour during monsoon.
Make-up and hairstyle
Use minimal make-up and make sure you don’t cake your face. Try using waterproof and smudge-free products as even a few drop of rain can ruin your hard work.
Your hair gets frizzy and dry, so tie it in different ponytails and buns.
If you prefer India wear then ditch your salwars and patialas and replace them with churidaars. Prefer short kurtis over floor-length long kurtis. They are more easy and comfortable to carry. Cotton and polyster are perfect for monsoon.
Wear skirts or shorts as long trousers can get dirty your way. Skirts are easy to wear whereas jeans get muddied due to the splash-back from puddles. We Ambition breaks the ties of blood, and forgets the obligations of gratitude.