Friday, July 1, 2011

Fashion Tips during rainy days

 Full-length is a big no: Fashion during the rains should be simple, funky and fun, but never full-length. If you deck yourself out in clothes that sweep the floor, you're asking for trouble, you'll end up sweeping the muck off the footpaths and into your pants and legs.

Knee-length skirts, capris are in: In the rains, it's best to select skirts that streamline your body (the same goes for dresses). Go for a knee-length straight fit, or an A-line fit. For a formal look, pair it with a shirt. Even when it comes to jeans in the rainy season, they are best avoided. They tend to get heavy with water if you're caught in the rain.

 At work, opt for a shirt or fitted kurtis over your capris. The light weight denim skirt is an option for college wear (that doesn't mean ultra-short or ultra-tight -- just above or below the knee is fine). Team it with a striped tee shirt and belt, slung low at the waist. For a night out, a denim skirt will go well with a lightly embellished top.

Stay away from white: Avoid wearing white in the monsoons, as any splashes or streaks of dirt will show prominently. Lower body garments should preferably be dark-coloured (to prevent them going transparent)  choose from shades like olive green, brown, and indigo, teaming them with tops in bold and bright shades. Blue, green, orange, pink, turquoise, coral and lemon yellow cheer up a dull day. 

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