A change of season calls for a change of wardrobe.
The Monsoon is here!! Don’t let this season dampen your style. I have come up with few tips for you guys. It’s best to avoid denims and materials that bleed colour. Instead choose poly fabrics, nylons, blended cotton and/or rayon. Beat the neutrals colours and opt for bright colours to keep the gloominess at bay. For this post I chose a blended cotton skirt which I pulled up to avoid muddy hems and the skirt forms into a cute little tube dress. I paired this with a floral print shirt. You can either wear a trench coat or collared shirt inside to keep you warm enough; try to avoid too many layers otherwise humidity will get to you. Swap your shoes with more reliable plastic boots or crocs. Wear minimal jewellery and waterproof eyeliner and kajal. I personally use Lakme Absolute kohl ultimate kajal and for eyeliner Natur Studio’s plum kohl, these two products are my most favourite ones. You can find them here , and here
If you prefer more Indian outfits then avoid salwars and patialas and pick up short kurtis with churidhar or ankle legging and pair them up with scarves. Stay away from prints that bleed colour.
And if you have a bob or pixie cut then you have nothing to complain! And for girls like me the hair becomes unmanageable this season. So, I completed my look with a side hair bun to keep the frizz away. You can even keep your hair off your face by sporting a side braided pony tail, it will look super chic.
SKIRT : JABONG
CLUTCH : FOREVER 21
SHOES : GENERAL BAZAAR
CHAIN : GENERAL BAZAAR.
BRACELET : BELLEZA
LIPSTICK : COLORBAR, 08 SULTRY PINK
PHOTOGRAPHER: ANURAG BALAGAM
Hope you liked this post.