Monsoon brings along random earthy scents (petichor), a lot of coffee, books, romance and also love. Well, that’s not all. Monsoon also brings splashes of mud water and irritating puddles which shout out loudly, ‘if you can, then save whatever you are wearing’. We can understand what girls go through during monsoon as rainy days can be really difficult to cope up with, thus to help them stay safe and enjoy monsoon, here we bring forth a list of 6 things which they must avoid wearing during the rainy day.
Keep Whites Out Of Sights!
For a month and half, revive your wardrobe and take out all the whites from it. Not only can the whites become translucent easily in case you get wet, but it can catch dirt spills too. The smarter decision is to stay away from white and enjoy monsoon carefree. In case, your wardrobe is full of whites and you are left with no good options, then make a women clothing store in India your confidante.
Dump the Denims!
Even if your love for denims is immortal, we would suggest you to part ways (albeit temporarily) with it. The only reason to ditch denims during monsoon is that they can be super uncomfortable when they get wet, as they take a lifetime to dry. It can give you rashes or skin infections too. Thus it’s better you give a rest to your favorite denim and do some women clothes online shopping to buy some lighter fabrics which get dry quickly and keep you fresh all day.
No Luxurious Leather!
If you do not want to spoil your precious leather accessories, then pack them properly to protect them from moisture. All your leather bags, shoes or accessories can swell up or loosen their shape, if they get wet. So if you want that your favorite leather stays with you for a lifetime, avoid wearing them during rainy season.
Keep Tights Aside!
If your wardrobe is full of tight clothes, then too you would have to do some women dresses shopping in India because monsoons and tights do not get along well. If tight clothes get wet, they stick to body even more. This not just makes you uncomfortable but also increases the chances of you catching a cold.
Put Silver Elsewhere!
Like your leather accessories, silver also needs protection during rainy days. Silver when comes in contact with rain water tends to oxidize and turns black. Well, since everyone knows precaution is better than cure, you have to take precaution for your metals than finding cures later.
Canvs Shoes Can Be a Fuss!
For obvious reasons, if you wear canvas shoes during monsoons, you will have to bear with wet and soggy feet for the whole day. Needless to say how irritating as well as a health-foe this can be, we would suggest you to stay away from your canvas shoes for a while and let them breathe too.