Don’t Let It Rain On Your Parade.

Don’t Let It Rain On Your Parade.

Be a street-style star this rainy season as we tell you how to dress for the drizzle!

Even though the weather may not be under your control, your wardrobe can be. Keeping dry as well as fashion forward can be tough during monsoons. It’s easy to pick out dull outfits to match the grey skies. Instead, let’s take this chance to upgrade your style and try new trends that brighten your look as well as your mood!

Need inspiration? Here are some ways to look chic when the weather isn’t on your side.

We are talking PVC, florals, abundance of colour and trench coats to make dressing for the rain easier than ever. Keep your hemlines high and safe from the puddles with culottes, playsuits, printed dresses, skirts and cigarettes pants.  Make these your go-to staples in your wardrobe and you will not be disappointed.

Also, make pool sliders, holo jackets and PVC bags your choice of monsoon-proof accessories. It’s just a way of combining sport with sophistication. #StreetStyleGold

Some other trends to consider:

PVC – All things shiny and plastic have taken the fashion world by storm. This season is all about PVC. From raincoats, hats, boots to umbrellas and totes. #TrendAlert

Candy Colours – Sweet meets street this season. Pick from a range of pink (including Barbie pink and candy pink), yellow (including bright yellow and mustard), green, blue and orange. Contrast or similar shades of the same colour also work.

Print Party – Big bright all over prints are definitely a fun style to explore this season. Consider florals, plaid, polka dots and rainbows. Jackets, umbrellas or pants; whatever it is, put a print on it!

Powdery Pastels/ Power Pastels  – Add a bit of sass to your outfits with pastels. (BTW, they are not considered girly anymore). Choose a colour from a palette of pastel pinks, baby blues, lilacs and tangy oranges and yellows.

These en-pointe trends will keep you bright and happy even on gloomy days. You can also shop some coveted looks from