Gone are the days when monsoons used to be the not-fashionable, and only practical-look season. With technology on the rise and weather forecast at it’s best, a person can always plan their outfits days, if not weeks ahead! So gear up this monsoon season with Curious Hanger’s tips on dressing up: the monsoon edition and know all about our favorite tips about wearing dresses during the Indian monsoon season.

Wear light fabrics: Even though denim dresses and heavily embellished dresses are all in vogue right now, one cannot deny that the easiest way to go both fashionable and practical during monsoons is to wear lighter fabrics. Light fabrics like chiffon and cotton will help you to handle the humidity of the weather by their breathability. Light fabrics also dry easily thus, adding to its practicality in the rainy season! 

Check out Curious Hanger’s collection of dresses, perfect for the monsoons and find your favorite fit! 

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Steer clear from transparent fabrics: For people who are not into transparent clothes or see-through dresses, steer clear of dresses made out of such fabrics in the monsoons! It’s a no brainer that getting drenched in rain will lead transparent or semi-transparent dresses to become completely see-through and cling to your body. You can go for dresses which have an inbuilt linning to feel more comfortable. If that is not your style, give a little monsoon break to all your transparent, semi-transparent and see-through dresses. Instead, go for pure cotton, chiffon, nylon dresses to get the airy feel and still feel comfortable even if you get soaked in the rain shower. 

Visit Curious Hanger to choose your favorite cotton dresses perfect not only for monsoons but for all Indian seasons! 

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Wear flowy dresses and A-lines for a monsoon feel: Nothing makes you feel as airy and light as a beautiful free-flowing dress in the monsoon season. With the alternating cold and humidity in the air, flowy dresses and A-lines are the best silhouettes you can go for in the season. Tight-fitting dresses like bodycon will mostly be uncomfortable if you get drenched in the rain. Whereas, A-lines and fit and flares would be a more comfortable option. 

Check out Curious Hanger’s beautiful collection of A-lines and fit-and-flare dresses to choose your favorite from the lot. 

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Go for ankle length or shorter dresses: Comfortable for movement and comparatively a lesser messy option than maxi dresses, ankle-length or shorter dresses collect lesser dirt in the monsoons. They also tend to stay dry while the maxi dresses or full-length dresses tend to get wet at the hemlines due to the running water after a rain pour. Pair up your shirt dresses with minimal jewelry and right footwear to create a chic and stylish look. Do not forget to check Curious Hanger’s collection ankle-length and shorter dresses. Also, check our blogs about skirt length to get an idea about your perfect skirt length. 

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Go for dark-colored dresses: Even though it’s not a hard-and-fast rule to wear darker colored clothes during the monsoons, but one can’t deny that the pastels and sunny colors of the summer-dresses do not exactly go with the feels of the monsoon season. So, try wearing darker colors like Royal Blue, dark grey, olive green, black, maroon, etc. To fit in the feels of the season. 

Check out Curious Hanger and fall in love with our fit-for-monsoon dresses and make your wardrobe home to a couple of them! 

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With all our tips in mind, we think you are ready to experiment with your own looks and fall in love with yourselves all over again! So, shop your heart out with Curious Hanger, put on your smile, and get ready to waltz into the rain this monsoon, in style!