The monsoons are always a welcome relief after the hot summer months, but you have to reorient your wardrobe entirely in order to survive the rains. Along with changing up your leather footwear for more comfortable rubber ones and switching polyester fabric for pure cotton, it also becomes increasingly important to take care of our innerwear. The reasons are mostly connected to ensuring proper hygiene and for not feeling too inconvenienced if one gets drenched in the rain. It is important to stay cool in the monsoons because the increased humidity can lead to you feeling uncomfortable, which will only be enhanced further if you are wearing unsuitable lingerie. Here, we present you with ten lingerie items that a woman’s wardrobe must have in order to survive the unpredictable monsoons.
Cotton bras are must-haves during the monsoons. It is impossible to avoid getting drenched in the rains and white bras or bras that are part-lace or part-net can lead to a few tricky situations. Bright bra lets you own your curves if you happen to get caught in the rain and prevents you from being too self-conscious.
Lightly-padded bralettes are important to have in your wardrobe during the monsoon season since they allow you to bring out your fashionable side without risking any wardrobe malfunctions should you be unfortunate enough to get caught in the rain.
Bras in nude colours are ideal for venturing out to into the workplace while braving heavy downpour. Unlike brightly-coloured bras that are quite okay if they become visible in the rains, they are not ideal to be worn to formal workplaces. Nude bras on the other hand allow you to maintain your poise without feeling too exposed.
Cotton panties are absolute wardrobe essentials since they allow you to walk in the rain without being too conscious of your clothes. Cotton should be your go-to material, especially when it comes to panties during the monsoons. It is a very breathable fabric and prevents you from feeling uncomfortable from any excess moisture.
Camisoles are a must have during the monsoons for obvious reasons: they allow you to move about easily without worrying about your shirts becoming transparent under rainfall.
So, are you set for the monsoons yet?
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