The monsoon months, taken with the summer months, form that crucial part of the year when it becomes very important to take care of the materials with which your bras are made. We particularly recommend wearing bras that are made of cotton, more specifically, brushed microfiber that allows your skin to breathe and helps you remain cool, no matter the levels of humidity or heat. Here, we list the kind of bras that are particularly suitable for the monsoons and enable you to feel your best self, through all the changes in the monsoon climate.
Lightly padded bralettes are ideal for wearing during the monsoons. They provide comfort and at the same time, they ensure that you don’t feel inconvenienced in any way, either by trapped moisture or by getting accidentally caught in the rains. Although the days are usually cooler during the monsoons, it is still always convenient to have a few bralettes around that allow for that breezy feeling, especially when the days are particularly stuffy.
Cloud Soft Bras
The range of Cloud Soft bras are specifically made to offer ease of movement whether you are working from home or if you are going for some physical activity outside. These bras are seamless and are lightly padded, and therefore, allow you to wear a wide range of shirts and blouses without worrying about the seams revealing themselves from under the material of the clothes.
Padded or non-padded bras provide you with that light airy feeling and keeps you to comfortable and supported throughout the day. Cotton bras provide wonderful support to your body, bringing out your curves in the most subtle but appealing manner. In case you do get caught in the rain, moisture does not accumulate in the fabric as the material is very breathable and you feel at your ease throughout.
Few Last Words
The monsoons are that time of the year when it is becomes doubly important for you to ensure you wear the right inner-wear. On the one hand, they ensure that you feel comfortable; on the other, the right choice of materials prevents you from having developing any rashes or allergies from the excess of moisture in the air.
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