It’s The Time For Cotton
This monsoon season, you should make cotton your new best friend as this lightweight fabric doesn’t cling to your body when drenched and it dries faster, thus making it hygienic and odour free. A cotton shirt paired with chinos will look as good as anything that you usually wear on a bright sunny day. Avoid knits and linens as they tend to shrink in water and you may regret your decision later.
Say Goodbye To Denim
Are you having a hard time drying your favourite denim? If yes, then trust me, don’t wear your jeans when it’s pouring outside. We know that denim is men’s favourite go-to clothing item but you may want to rethink your decision to wear one when stepping out during the monsoon season, because once it gets wet it’s going to take forever to dry. Better replace your jeans with chinos made from quick-dry and lightweight fabrics.
Shorter Is Better
Give your shorts the life they deserve as they have spent more time than any other clothes in your wardrobe. It’s high time you take them out. Shorts are one of the comfiest pieces of clothing ever made and if you’re among those men who are not comfortable showing your legs then just wear a nice pair of shoes and let those take over! Pair your shorts with a nice t-shirt or a light coloured shirt and trust me you are going to rock the world with your dapper look.
Stand Under Your Umbrella
It may sound weird to you but your umbrella is one of the accessories that can make you stand out from the rest. It’s not just one of the most effective weapons to combat the rains but it can also up your monsoon style game. Make sure you get one yourself that fits you and fits in your bag. Go for a non-black colour as they are the most common with a wooden-handle as they are arguably the most stylish.