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Mustard mayhem – Monsoon Look 1

July 28, 2019

It’s that time of the year when we finally get to say bye-bye to the heat and welcome pleasant weather into our lives. It’s not going to last for long, but however short-lived the rainy season might be, it’s the perfect time to open your windows, let the cool breeze in, sit in your balcony with a cup of coffee in hand and be outdoors in the mornings and evenings!

I’m not a big fan of rainy, wet and gloomy weather. And my solution to getting through those dull grey days is to dress up bright and comfortable, make sure I have stocked up on my coffee supply, have a steady stream of tv shows to watch or a good book to read. Basically I stay indoors and go into hibernation, and that’s the only thing that works!

Mixed weather like this, where it’s pleasant for a couple of days and hot for the next two, calls for some mixed variety of dressing as well. So let’s go through the checklist:

  • Pants that are light and airy – check
  • Pants in an easy-to-dry material (for those moments when you are caught in a sudden drizzle) – check
  • Cozy top to keep you a little warm – check
  • Backpack for protecting your things as well as to stash a book or an umbrella – check
  • Comfortable shoes that can easily be washed if dirty – check

That’s basically all you need for days like these!

Also I’m trying to be more regular with blog posts here, so expect a steady stream of posts, lookbooks and so much more in the coming weeks!

Do share your go-to looks for rainy days on instagram – @thegirlatfirstavenue

Trousers & Top: SheIn.com | Shoes: Adidas | Backpack: Accessorize

Photography: @somystyles and @stylemearia

3 Comments

  • Reply Pooja July 31, 2019 at 8:52 am

    Hey, you look gorgeous in this outfit and your post has inspired me so much that I would like to try this combination. Keep sharing such fashion tips.

  • Reply anubhav July 31, 2019 at 10:40 am

    Thank you for Sharing informative views about pleasant weather
    Your pics are very fabulous

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