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Women hit the streets with stylish sole this monsoon
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Research states that most women wear worn out or old fashion footwear during monsoon due to the fear of ruining their favorite pair of footwear. But if you are one those girls who loves to get drenched in rain, then here is a perfect guideline for you to romance rain with these trendiest monsoon footwear.

Forget cribbing about having to walk on the rainy streets, and that's not all; muddy streets can make your clothes dirty and spotted heavily if right kind of footwear is not used during monsoons. Well! Ladies not to worry. Now hit the streets with fun and style. Here are the best rain footwear for you.

Mules and slippers
Rubber mules and slippers in bright shades are a hot pick this season. Brands like Nike, Converse and Tommy Hilfiger have the funkiest slippers around to combat boring footwear. The hottest colours for any footwear this season are hot pink, navy blue, red and orange.

Floaters (Rubber slippers and sandals)
Bright colored 'floaters,' specially made for monsoon are a rage amongst the youth. You can flaunt them with jeans and skirts. Have a look at Nike's collection of ACGs (All Condition Gear), Floaters specially made for all terrain use and ones to make that trek through muck so much easier.

Flip Flops
If you are a flip-flop fanatic, go for it. They are ideal for the rains and come in fabulous colours. An add on to this pick is, since they are usually made of rubber they dry easily. Puma, Nike have a great collection of floral picks and are a must have for women.

Gold metal stiletto's
This monsoon gold metal stiletto's is turning into a bit of a trend. Many Bollywood actresses are flaunting them in style on their late night parties and even mid-noon shopping events. It is perfect for the rock chic look.

Flat Boots
High heel boots have bid adieu from the fashion stores and flat boots have conquered the heart of monsoon trend setters this year. They are just as sexy and fashionable as high-heel boots. These boots come in tones of suede, leather and crocodile. You cannot ignore it, you will look chic from top to toe whether you pair it with your new skinny jeans or '70s-print mod dress. They look great even when paired with skirts, dresses or pants tucked in or left out.

Rain Boots
Rain Boots are made to protect feet from inclement weather. They are waterproof and are usually made from either rubber or other equivalents. If you are looking for a complete waterproof boots then go for Gore-tex materials. Do not opt for knee-high boots, as it is rated as age old trend today; go for low cut, just above the ankle. If you are planning to flaunt it even in winter then buy one with inner liners of flannel or other warm materials for use in cold weather.

Slouch Boots
Slouch boots are the perfect pick for a printed empire line jersey dress, jeans or skirts of any length. Remember the rule of thumb for the skirt and slouch-boot combo, ' the shorter the skirt, the higher the boot'. While choosing one don't limit yourself to brown or black. Choose a rainbow of colours, as this season is all about color and there's no better way to wear it than with a voguish slouch style.

NIKE Inc


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