Planning your monsoon wardrobe? Allow these Bollywood divas to help

Planning your monsoon wardrobe? Allow these Bollywood divas to help

It’s hard to keep your style quotient when the monsoon is here—would you risk wearing your favorite couture in a downpour? The weather may not be under your control, but your wardrobe surely is.

No worries ladies, take cues from these Bollywood divas’ looks while being rain friendly.

Here’s 6 Bollywood stars’ inspiration you need for dressing right during this romantic monsoon.

 1. Midi Dress

It’s best to give slow-drying, heavy fabrics like denim some rest during the monsoon. Instead of picking your trusty pair of jeans, step out for dinner in a simple yet elegant dress like that of Deepika

 2. Culottes

The raised hemlines also make culottes a safe choice of trousers, whether it comes to work wear or casual dressing. You get extra points for picking brighter prints as Alia Bhatt demonstrates here with her smile and peppy culotte.

3. Crop Out Saree

 For festive occasions, spare yourself from the trouble of managing your six-yard saree and follow Sonam Kapoor’s footsteps. Invest in of-the-moment cropped, pre-draped saree.

4. Easy Breezy Dress

If Anushka Sharma can sport a pair of easy breezy dress, you can too. In fact, leave your leather sandals and ballerina flats in your closet, and make pool slides your choice of monsoon-proof footwear this season.

5. Skirt

Keep your hemlines high and safe from the puddles with a fitted mini like that of Kangana Ranaut’s.

6. Lace Tyeup Jeans

Stick to your denim goals like Kriti Kharbanda. They give a modish look and have a straight fit which makes it cozy to wear even when it's raining heavily. 



So ladies, if you believe that your outfit needs to match up with the wet weather, follow these stylish beauties and their monsoon wardrobe, and set the dilemma apart. Fold up those cuffs to jump over puddles and relive those childhood days.

1 comment

it’s very well written and I will for sure keep these ideas in mind. Thanks

Arpita Banerjee

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