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College is the place where you can see the latest trends in clothing and fashion. College wear then becomes a major part of every college girl’s life!
With so many choices in college apparel available, you can keep looking stylish always, but what do you do on rainy days? How do you then decide your college wear in this weather? Rainy season needs a makeover of your wardrobe. Here are some college wear tips to keep you stylish and comfortable at the same time!
Keep your jeans and denims away.. you do not end up feeling wet and cold the whole day. Go in for smart cotton capris instead! Brighten up the dull days by choosing your chinos/capris/three-fourths in bright colours like red, green or purple. These colors will not just brighten up your mood but also avoid ‘showing’ in case you get all drenched.
Cottons rule the summers, but not the monsoons. You need light clothing that can dry up easily, so pick your tops/dresses in georgettes and chiffons for the rainy season. College apparel in these fabrics is easily available in all leading brands!
Leather shoes will absorb the water and not just make your footwear heavy but even spoil it! Pretty looking sandals are also not for monsoons.. go in for floaters, clogs, jelly shoes or anything that is slip resistant.
Go in for skirts and flowing dresses. They not just uplift the mood of the season but will also keep you cool amidst all the humidity in the air. However, if you drive a two wheeler to college, it is best to stay away from them. Maybe, you could pool in a cab with your friends this monsoon to avoid getting wet instead.
Although not a part of college clothing, this was too useful a tip to be ignored. Make sure you use a waterproof eyeliner at all times lest you end up with smudgy eyes and colored cheeks.
So, be cool, be fashionable and soak in the weather (literally)!
Ruchi Verma Rajan is a woman on a mission of self-discovery.
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