With the onset of monsoon, we all start to rake our brains as to what to wear and step out of the house. I totally get that feeling of lost interest to dress up during the season of rain. But dear, it is actually the perfect season to organize a cheerful wardrobe, bold colors and have a fashion fiesta. No wonder that saggy, wet clothes and boots are the part of monsoon. So I am going to help with the right chic and stylish accessories and clothes to dodge the puddles.
Foot wears should be taken special care of. It is highly important to wear the right kind of footwear to avoid the annoying potholes and puddles. So, if you are planning to sport a knee length skirts or Capri, you can go in for flip flops and flats. (Make sure that it is raining moderately or else your legs would be beautified with mud). Ankle strap sandals are perfect pick if you are planning to wear a traditional dress.
Check out some of apt must have footwear of monsoons:
They are the ultimate choice for the dreaded season. Flip flop woks with every dress. Available in several colors and designs, these can help you walk the muddy roads with ease and comfort.
These are my all time favorite. Ballet flats are closed shoes that can protect your pedicure from the dust and dirt. I would suggest you to opt for the ballerinas with air hole, they are ultra comfortable.
Rain Boots and Gum Boots
There is no better way to protect your feet from mud and dirt during the monsoons. The rain boots are generally knee length and comes in different colors. Try the new neon collection. That the “hottest in” this season.
they are the absolute pick if you want to sport a casual look. Waterproof floaters with sandals can bear any type of weather and the anti-skit properties save you from slipping into the mud.
They are very fashionable in all the seasons. During the downpours, crocs are highly in vogue.
Why let monsoon take over you? It is the time when you are the peak of your emotions, if taken optimistically, one can enjoy the weather thoroughly. Just grab the above mentioned footwear for coping up the dirt and mud.