Continuous downpour might be the reason for cheery smiles and also sets the mood for a laid-back day. But when it comes to sartorial choices, don’t you wish summer dressing could be an all-year thing? The downside of rains is not just mucky roads or stained clothing, it’s also trying to get a monsoon-friendly wardrobe in place. Transitional clothing is a must-have but most fashionistas will agree that it takes effort and thought to put it all together. Obviously, the maximum effort this season goes into figuring out outfits that don’t get you drenched. And then, you want to keep up with the spring summer trends that you aren’t willing to let go of yet. Which is why we decided to help you out. Read the three styling tips we’ve curated to help you master monsoon dressing while keeping in mind summer’s hottest trends.
The One Shoulder Top With Pants
After taking a leap from the past season’s off-the-shoulder silhouette, we were acquainted with summer’s big trend – the one shoulder. From celebrities and street style fashionistas, everyone has not just approved but also embraced this summer fad. It’s hassle free and also a perfect substitute to exaggerated sleeves. And enough to create that slight drama in your outfit. This monsoon, pair it up with leggings or maybe a pinstripe cropped pants and complete your look with flats.
A Button-Down Miniskirt And Tee
The 80s are back and so are chic minis. They are flirty feminine and just right for those rainy days when a pair of denims are completely out of the question. We’ll suggest you wear it with a graphic tee or even a slogan one. And a pair comfy slides and a tee to go with it.
Nautical Striped Culottes With A Crop Top
Something as classical as stripes is a wardrobe staple we all own and it’s time to put it to best use. Striped culottes are great for your 9-to-5 gig, or even if you’re out with friends. We vouch for them as stepping over those puddles are the absolute worst and that shouldn’t be the reason why you’re not stepping out.