Have to look your best while it’s pouring outside? However, confused about what you need to take care about as the weather turns harsh. Take a look at these few don’ts that are a must to follow and enjoy the monsoon with style.
It’s common knowledge that leather spoils in the monsoons. So no matter how desperate you are to wear those stylish leather boots, or tanned hide hat, resist it. Also, wrap it up in plenty of butter paper, and tuck it away into the black hole of your wardrobe. A place where it shouldn’t see the light of day until there is some..well..light!
Avoid these on both the top and bottom because the grey weather demands a pop of colour rather than a drab attempt at being fashionable, but it’s more important for your bottom half. For one thing, they quickly become transparent when wet, and for another, they get very mucky very fast.
You’ve all experienced it: that dreaded feeling when you wore flip-flops out in the rainy weather and came back only to have severely mud-splattered calves and pants. It’s the most common monsoon fashion complaint and there’s an easy way to avoid it–DON’T WEAR FLIP-FLOPS! Opt for a closed pair of shoes instead, even a good pair of floaters as long as they fit right!
Even if you’ve got a hat or hooded raincoat to cover your full head of hair, avoid hair gel in this weather. The combination of rain water and chemicals is just a sticky mess just waiting to happen and it’s entirely avoidable! Just keep your hairstyle simple