Trends to continue from Summer to Monsoon

Time to dress more practical! Coming season will neither welcome high heels nor maxi dresses, and too many accessories will become too much to handle. BUT, there are few trends from summer that can proudly step into the monsoon season.

1. Bright colors
Don't get rid of your neon sheer shirts that you'd have used as a cover on your pretty bikinis. The same shirts are going to go over cute tank tops this monsoon season! You can add some fun by adding bright colored raincoats or even umbrellas for that matter. We sure wanna take a break from the boring black umbrellas.

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2.   Big prints & easy fabrics
We spent our summers in big floral prints, check patterns, tribal and aztec prints or even stripes. The one rule to follow while wearing bigger prints during monsoon is to keep the rest of the outfit plain and that is why accessorising remains minimal. Plus, don't ditch the easy breezy fabrics you wore during summer. They are likely to dry faster too!

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3. Cropped jeans
Loving your comfy boyfriend jeans? They are going to be your best friend on a rainy day!Forget about your white cropped jeans though! Make sure your cropped boyfriend jeans hit a flattering but a safe height on your calves. You don't want to step in a puddle and still manage to ruin the rolled up jeans.

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4. Jumpsuits & dungarees
#TBT to cute childhood outfits that made a great comeback this year. They are SO comfy and easy to style. Pick your style tip from bit.ly/DungareesOrOveralls

Who didn't pick a number of jumpsuits this summer? If you haven't yet, feel safe enough to pick one! Add some layers to your jumpsuit like a light shrug or denim shirt. Get on some matching rubbery footwears or go ahead with stylish sneakers from the previous season. Keep away your white sneakers without fail!

5. Leather bags & even Neon sling bags
Those waterproof leather bags are going to be the best to dump in your essentials on a rainy day. Create clean sections inside your bag to able to place your wallet and phone. Our phones for sure don't want to get drenched in the rain. But, are you one of those girls who has been into neon sling bags since last season. Your little sling bags will add a lot of color to the dull days, so don't put them away. Just add a waterproof pouch in your bag to keep your money and phone safe.

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