2018 Monsoon Trends: What to Embrace and what to avoid 

Now that we have welcomed 2018 with open arms, it’s time to extend the same courtesy to this season’s trends! Each year comes with so many possibilities, and we have to justify every season with daily dressing. Spending rainy days at home with a cup of tea and a good book is no more a good option, it is too old now, it is the time when we should go out and explore more. Every time when the sky opens and there is a heavy downpour, people lose interest in dressing and going out of their houses. But this is the right season to organize a cheerful wardrobe, wear bold colours and have a fashion fiesta. Here are some of the best 2018 monsoon trends which you need to know and follow them for your perfect monsoon look.


No Denim 

2018 Monsoon Trends _ Style GodsAvoid full-length trousers and opt for cute shorts, knee-pants or capris. These dresses look sexy, practical and these can also live up to your style quotient. We give denim a thumbs-down as they take an impossibly long time to dry.


Go back to the basic dresses

One of the most important tips to follow regarding monsoon fashion is to keep it minimum to the basics. This is also the perfect way to add a little brightness to the wardrobe, especially on these gloomy days.


Playsuits are new in trend

Being uber chic, easy to wear and breathable, these playsuits work as one of the practical monsoon options. These also come with easy to layering option.


Shades to wear 

The designer too suggested that bright neon or light shades like ocean blue, sea green, cherry, watermelon, royal blue, peachy pink and lemon yellow would work wonders to uplift a person’s mood.


Carry Flip-Flops

Accessories like fancy umbrellas to complete your look. Accessorize your monsoon outfits with vibrant flip-flops and rain boots. These can also be worn easily with almost any outfit.

“Cloud came floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm. But to add colour to my sunset sky.” Let this monsoon season be the best one till now.

Happy Monsoon.

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