The monsoons are in full swing right now. While for some people it's all about mushy music and curling up in bed, some people are enjoying the scenic long drives and some the monsoon treks.
Now that the summer heat has bid us adieu, TSC is all excited to embrace this new season too.
In India the monsoon season is quite a big deal and on a serious note it's very important too for our economy.
But wait I'm not here to talk about the importance of rains! Though I'm sure you are wondering what am I here to talk about this rainy season? Skin care and hair care tips? But that I've already covered on the Blog before also. So what could it be!?
Just like me, I'm sure a lot of you wonder What To Wear in the rains & it can be quite a dilemma because I hate getting my fancy footwear or clothes dirty.
So here are some basic wardrobe Guidelines for the Monsoon Season would be:
- Tuck away those light coloured clothes right at the back of your closet.
- Keep all the leather stuff away too. And use those small silica gel packets (that you would ideally just throw away) and keep them to make sure to absorb all the moisture.
- Use flip flops as much as possible for the feet.
- To avoid mud splashes on your lowers just wear shorts and all those knee length skirts you have lying in your closet.
- Wear more of printed top and dresses so incase you do get wet under a little drizzle, it doesn't show as much.
- Carry a small hand towel at all times to keep yourself dry.
I am actually one of a kind (hoping there are more of you alike though?), scared of getting dirty or having a head of frizz (like Monica did in friends when she went on that beach holiday) or even falling sick being wet. The one who will be yelling the ewws and yucks the most in this mushy weather. But, you know what I've finally come around and realised, if you love the monsoons, forget about dressing up and being all prim & proper. Get your flip-flops on, get a raincoat & STEP OUT to enjoy the lovely weather, have some comfort food and go get wet under the rain (or at-least watch it)! This is exactly what I did for once.
Let my hair down, got my sneakers on and just enjoyed a day out in the beautiful weather (minus the city hustle).
Talking of A Monsoon OOTD. Take a look at what I wore for a drive away from the city in the rains. (I purposely wore shades that would stand out against the green so the pictures would come out well, a freak with planning there.)
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Top and denims- Zara
Glitter Sneakers- Koovs.com
Feather Earings- Pipa Bella
Bag- Threadology Clothing
Photography Courtesy- Kruthika Pillai
These pictures were shot enroute Mulshi, with no particular spot in mind and just stopping wherever nature was at its best.
All of us who live in Pune or even Mumbai are blessed to have the ghats close enough to just drive out for a quick getaway in the hills. Here we drove down to Mulshi. And a month back a even had a weekend getaway at Wai (just an hour and a half away from Pune), so if you missed that then WATCH my Vlog. Don't forget to Subscribe to my YT Channel- The Style Chair for many such videos.
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