Showers of hope- they say, the prospect of a break from the sweltering heat of the summer. While the monsoon is dear to our hearts, it can also be a spoilsport, and there is no such thing as a “reserve day” in life. Many people think that fashion is “outrageous” during difficult times, and the monsoon is no exception. We’ve seen how tough it is for us to decide what to dress during these months. So, to assist you, we’ve compiled a list of top trends for this monsoon, allowing you to make the best decision while also showing off the current fashion trends!
During the monsoon, Indian mothers are anxious about wearing jeans. Because they are fully aware of its hefty composition, which makes it nearly hard to dry overnight if it does, it will emit a mushy odour. As a result, it is preferable to dress in light, quick-drying fabrics.
- Cotton: Cotton is a versatile fabric that may be worn in any season. Softness, Absorbency, and Durability are all intrinsic attributes that justify the fabric's attractiveness and usability. Cotton also keeps the colours well, so you won't have to worry about the dye fading while you're out in the rain.
- Linen: Linen has a unique property known as "thermoregulation," which allows it to beat the heat in hot months while also circulating warmth in colder months. It's more attractive than cotton because of its superior strength - it's around 30% stronger! Don't overlook linen's relaxing pastel tones; they're a lifesaver if you're a minimalist.
- Georgette: During the monsoon, it can be difficult to wear your favourite Silk outfit. As a result, Georgette is the only viable replacement choice. Despite the overcast weather, it is light and has the ability to provide a glittering shine. It can be worn as a saree or used to make skirts and dresses because of its flowing nature, soft texture, and excellent fall.
- Loom Textured: Woven fabrics (also known as Loom Textured) are made up of two or more yarns that are intertwined at right angles. Its light design enables it to accommodate a wide range of cuts and forms. While it provides exceptional breathability in humid environments, it also dries quickly. So, there won't be any more damp, sticky fabric on your skin.
No need to adjust in wet clothes anymore!