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Perk up your monsoon with stylish attire!
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Jul '08
Monsoon is knocking at the door! This is the season of romance, of love and of long drives with the beloved ones. This is a season of fun for the Gen X.

But, what to wear, how to make a style statement and impress the partner is obviously a big question.

Earlier, people used to dress shabbily during this season. However, with the changing times, fashion lovers have all the opportunity to make themselves look better even in this murky atmosphere.

So, now is the chance to refurbish your wardrobe. Don't let monsoon to mire your appearance. Want to be a head turner, here are few tips.

This season, it's all about colourful attire, flowery prints, and trendy floaters!

Is the good old jeans the only rescue in the monsoon? Of course not! so instead folding your jeans upto knees, fill your wardrobe with capris, knee length pants or skirts. To team up with these, go for some trendy tees and tunics in loud colours like blood reds, flashy yellows, as these are 'in' this season. Even hues of blue, light purple, indigo, lemon yellow can bring that enthralling look in you.

Churidars can go along with chiffon kurtas as both of these doesn't retain or absorb water and take less time to dry up. Patialas and Pakistani Salwars are strictly NO, as an unannounced slush can leave you in a quite bad situation.

Men, stay away from light hues and avoiding leather wear would be advisable. Bright coloured shirts made of light cotton and linen can be worn.

Forget about those worn out old fashioned footwear this rainy season. If you are in romance with rain and love to get drenched or hate those muddy streets then low-cut rain boots are prefect for you.

Leather footwear in this season? Oh god! No ways. No high heels as well. Try some thing different like transparent sandals, strappy sandals, colourful rubber shoes. Ankle length gumboots are also advisable which can go fantastically with western attires.

If you are a collage goer, bright coloured floaters are perfect for you, or may be a flip-flop as these are made of rubbers and dry up quickly.

Now comes, accessories that add colours, class and style to your looks. This season best option is beaded jewelry. A funky earring or a bangle can really add a bit of panache to your appearance. A glossy hand bag also can help you stand different in this wet messy weather.

Talking about hairstyles, it should be simple and easy, so that you can redo if the down pour tangles your beautiful locks. However you style your hair, shampoo and conditioning is must as dandruff becomes a common scalp infection in this season.

Here comes the beauty session. Most important, avoid loud make up in this wet atmosphere as it might easily get washed away and can mar your sexy look. If you are using mascara, eyeliner and foundation make sure these are waterproof. Use of light brush or cream coloured blusher can definitely make you gorgeous.

Now the last touch. Colourful umbrellas and transparent raincoats will add that extra chic touch to your neat outfit. Markets are flooded with umbrellas with delicate prints over it or even colourful knee length raincoats can go with it.

Gals and guys, gear up and go ahead to make this monsoon a memorable one.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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