Easy DIY Hacks, Styling

Monsoon-Friendly Styling Tips: Do’s & Don’ts

What do I wear under my umbrella… ella… ella… eh… eh… eh…

Happy monsoon errbody!

The cold, the wet, the damp, the perpetual prune-y fingers’ season is here!

No, no. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t HATE monsoons. But I do find the above mentioned things really annoying. I do, however, look forward to the lush green roadsides, thoroughly washed roads, chai pe pakode and then jalebis, and wearing my RAIN BOOTS! It’s the one time I feel super happy: in my squeaky rain boots as I walk through every puddle on the road with a smug face thinking, “HAH! You can’t do shit to my feet, puddle!” Yes. I feel incredibly smug and happy in those times.

But this post ain’t about my monsoon rants… This post is actually aiming to prepare you in braving the dark monsoon clouds and how to triumph over them like a pro-fashionista, in full-on Bahubali swagger, ignoring the clouds that are now looming over all our heads.

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That’s right. In this article, I’ll write about a few essentials you must have, how to master layering techniques specifically for rainy season, what fabrics to wear and what fabrics to avoid, what accessories to have and what accessories to stash away for the next few months, some tips if you’re wearing Indian outfits and a few links for supah cool raincoats, parkas, boots, and umbrellas you can buy! Shopping ki bhi season hoti hai kya (Is there a season for shopping)? Kabhi bhi karlo (do it whenever), and especially during sale time!

  • Essentials. Let’s start with the basics, yea?
    1. Raincoat. Duh.
    2. Hair ties / hair bands. Nobody like frizzy hair. Monsoon makes it even worse. So how about some hair ties to keep your hair in place and not allow it to misbehave?
    3. Cotton Scarf. Protect your face and neck from the monsoon winds.
    4. Rain boots (anti-slip). Forget your hole-y crocs. What if your feet gets infected or something with the dirty rain water? Get some boots please.
    5. Umbrella. And twirl it while you walk, please!
    6. Waterproof watch. Keep your phones in your pockets please (unless it’s water resistant like the new iPhone 7. My birthday isn’t here yet but I wouldn’t mind some cool gift yo). Plus, wearing a waterproof watch would be cheaper…

 

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How To Wear Tie-Dye Without Being Too Festive

1 | Punk Princess.

Achieve this look by matching your tie-dye top with a pair of leather pants, statement earrings, choker, sneakers and a smart / sports watch.

2 | Pretty Powerful.

Slay a military-inspired look unprecedentedly with a tie-dye top that goes with a military green skirt, layered necklaces, baseball cap, a pair of sunnies, a watch and some tie-up block heels.

3 | The New Girl.

“Easy, breezy, covergirl” sorta look, wear tie-dye as a chic minimal ombre maxi dress, minimal rings, aviators, a quirky sling to go with equally quirky slip-ons.

4 | Into The Light.

Wear grey monochromatic tie-dye look with a pleated skirt, a watch, stud earrings, bangles and block heeled sandals.

5 | Street Smart.

Wear tie-dye palazzos with a tshirt, long vest, clear frame glasses and converse to become street smart.

6 | Gypsy Rose.

Make a dramatic appearance with a flared sleeve tie-dye top paired with a printed mermaid skirt, a turban, a waistband chain, drop earrings, basket weave bag and frilly heels.

These 6 looks definitely make a tie-dye print wearable outside of Coachella, so I’d say that it’s a #MissionAccomplished.

Mosh. x

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29 Looks To Copy From The Zendaya Style File

She’s a freaking Fashion Goddess and you should add to your list of #OOTD inspirations. I shall say no more, and here we go with my 29 most fav looks ever, from The Zendaya Style File.

1. That rad grey off-shoulder heavy knit sweater

2. That avant garde cold-shoulder dress

3. That chic satin slit dress you just want to slip on in this heat

4.  Whoever but Zendaya cold have rocked those beautiful dreadlocks to the Oscars red-carpet in that goddess like gown?

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