The monsoon is around the corner—the season of bliss, unfiltered beauty, relief, and adventures. We get to see nature blooming, gentle winds, drizzles, and that delicious smell of Earth.
While we eagerly wait for those beautiful sights of clouds and greenery all around us, it’s time to prepare for rain with a wardrobe that has both comfort and style. With the rain pouring down, the weather gets pretty gloomy, humid, and wet, which makes it a little difficult to stay comfortable and dry. Choosing the right fabric and style is essential to gain all that comfort.
Luckily, we've got you covered. Here’s our take on how to dress comfortably and stylishly this season.
1. Opt for light fabrics
During the monsoon season, natural fabrics like cotton are in vogue. Cotton is a breathable, absorbent fabric that keeps you fresh, dry, and comfortable. Cotton is perfect for the rainy season, as it dries quickly and doesn't cling to your body. Also, woven fabrics like cotton will give just the right amount of warmth on a windy day. We do have some lovely cotton silhouettes from our most recent collection that you will adore.
2. Play with colors
A pop of color can brighten up your whole outfit during the monsoons. A combo of neutrals, subtle pinks, blues, oranges, and yellows will elevate your look instantly. We advise staying away from light colors for your outdoor adventures. Experiment with different colors and patterns to create a unique and vibrant look.
3. It’s the season of Minis
It’s time to take out those shorts because nobody wants to walk in wet bottoms. You can pair your tops with ankle-length cotton bottoms, midi skirts, or mini/midi dresses for a chic, yet convenient look. It’s best not to go with the hustle of full-length clothes getting soaked in the rain, making it uncomfortable to move around.
4. Wear Loose Fit Clothing
Loose clothes are not only airy but comfortable as well, making them a perfect option for monsoons. Loose-fitting clothes like shift dresses, rompers, oversized crop tops, and wide-leg pants will not stick to your body and allow ease of movement. Loose clothes also provide ventilation, keeping you cool and comfortable during humid weather.
In conclusion, dressing for the monsoon season can be challenging, but you can stay comfortable and fashionable with the right fabric and style.