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Monsoon Dresses

Updated on August 16, 2012

A person dresses up for any occasion because of several reasons, two main reasons can be brought down one of which is to look good and the other one is because you’re comfortable in what you wear. If in case there is a third category in which you dress up for a particular occasion it could be the weather. Monsoon season surpasses all there is to dressing up because it can deliberately make you look bad, the drenched hair and clothes. No wonder you gel all riled up once you go out on a wet season with your favorite dress all pressed up and after travelling on the way to the office all you get is some wet soaked crinkled clothing. Looking good in any occasion means even the harshest of all elements can’t get your vane barometer down, dressing right means being prepared on an uneventful scenario that can take place.

The best monsoon clothing is the best choices to wear and that means deciding on the wardrobe on your personal space.

For formal clothing depicted as a monsoon dress the main idea is to keep it as short as possible. Where there is too much dirt and water involved the word long is probably best hidden on your walk-in closet. That means picking the right dress or shirt with short sleeves by short I mean sleeves which ends at the elbow maximum. This goes for trousers and skirts for women, venturing out with clothing which is at ankle length would only give you a hard time when it is stained with water. Look at this way bare arms and legs are better in wiping at than having long sleeves or trousers stained by mud and water. Knee high trousers and skirts are the best choice for this situation. For men who must wear the normal trousers at work with no other options go for poly-nylon and cotton fabrics at the very least you can be sure it can dry off easily.

Which brings us to men who love baggy pants rappers and everyone included, it would be nice if you can get trouser measuring above the ankle or if you want to be creative pull out an old denim pair and cut them. At the very least you are prepared even if floods arise out of the bad monsoon weather; the idea is to get something out of a short thing. Women can have the options of wearing a short denim skirt or capris but be careful not to choose denim skirts without too much leg room to maneuver you may run in case of an emergency downfall or you would want to navigate freely around potholes full of water when it is pouring down a bunch.

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