Monsoon is around the corner and although it brings some relief after the scorching summer, but at the same time it surely isn’t the best time for experience-on-the-go. Not only it’s persistently inconvenient but also the relentless moisture and clamminess become a constant worry. So, that’s why we at Bhubaneswar Fashion have compiled a list of some essentials that you should get before the season of monsoon begins.
Umbrellas are one of the most important things that not only help you with the downpour but can also make you stand out in the crowd. Umbrellas with pop up colours and quirky prints are something you should look for. A classic back umbrella can work well with your office wear while, a dome-shaped birdcage umbrella goes well with the casuals. You can also opt for the trendy umbrella with wooden handles since the handles will give a unique touch to your monsoon look.
Although you know about windcheaters, but are you aware of the fact that they not only protect you from the rains but also keep you warm. A windcheater is therefore an excellent apparel that can protect you from the common infections. They are geared with elastic waistbands, armbands and hoods; thus, providing you full protection against strong winds.
You need something to stash your valuables and accessories in during the rainfall. And that major accessory is a bag! You just need to make sure that the bag itself is waterproof and has a long handle like a duffel bag or a messenger bag or even a hobo bag. A long handle will help you to keep both of your hands free since you can hang it on your shoulder. A statement bag will not only be a great rain accessory but will also emphasize your personality.
Shorts can be the perfect solution to the monsoon weather since they are more comfortable and create less of a mess compared to trousers. Denims or chinos are the best types to ward off the stains and the splatters. You can try printed shorts or vibrant chinos with tees to add colours to the gloomy days. The denim shorts can be worn under a light-coloured t-shirt paired with a colour blocked umbrella for that perfect monsoon look.
We are sure you don’t like to see your pair of loafers or converse shoes get all mucky and muddy. So, it is better you choose the water-friendly shoes when it comes to monsoon footwear. There are a lot of shoes available in materials like plastic, nylon, foam and even PVC. These shoes will not only prevent any embarrassing falls but will also keep your feet dry. And if you are into boots then gum boots will be the best option in the rains.
Although monsoon sometimes makes the weather gloomy and not so outdoor friendly, but the above mentioned essentials will let you walk out in the rain with utmost gravitas and an unattainable conviction.