Today, I have decided to hop on to the bandwagon of the neon trend. This blog post will help to show you subtle ways to wear neon and not look like a highlighter. Well, monsoon can be your fashion nemesis, but not anymore!
For most people, rains bring a blue mood and want to curl up in bed. But, for me, I love this season and everything it brings with it. I wait in anticipation after suffering from sultry weather. Though monsoon is damp weather, it doesn’t dampen my spirits. I love having Garma garam pakoras, munching on corn-cub is an absolute delight! I think the city looks the best as the sky changes its color.
Whether it often rains where you live or once in a blue moon. Being prepared for all the weather conditions is a must. I have chosen a type of an outfit which is very experimental for me. I have never worn it outside, and it felt good to have some change in the wardrobe this time.
Neon trend has been on the radar for quite some time now. We had slime green color to tackle the spring-summer wardrobe. Sure, famous bloggers make it look effortless in real life, but wearing neon can be a task. So, how do we style it? And not look like a highlighter?
The best way is to wear an all-black outfit with a pop of neon. I paired my mesh net top with black shorts and a black sleeveless jacket. Firstly, it is important to avoid anything long and bulky this monsoon. And, neon can be overwhelming when paired with loud prints or bold colors, at least for me. Hence, I chose all black outfit also because one cannot wear a completely white outfit and get soaked in the dirt by the end of the day. To be honest, I never thought that I could pull off this look. The whole ensemble is light and perfect to combat monsoon.
I completed the outfit with space bun hairstyle, ballerinas and a transparent umbrella.
Photographer: Meghalika Panduru