The monsoon season is known for its plentiful rainfall and the refreshing scent of wet earth. However, it also brings silt to urban and suburban areas. This may affect fashion, as time and style often go hand in hand. Nevertheless, with creativity, any attire can still be fashioned.
Fashion is a unique characteristic that can express a person’s individuality and personality.
Time is also essential for fashion. Its shape and color are also important. Seasons change six times a year in Bangladesh. And in these six seasons, different clothes have been coming to the market for a long time.
The weather can change and bring gloomy clouds at any time. It may drizzle day and night, and the scent of wet earth can be intoxicating. These elements often inspire fashion designers, who incorporate the characteristics of the monsoon season into their designs, such as in sarees and Punjabi clothing.
Pay attention to the fabric while choosing a colourful saree. Don’t forget to choose a smooth saree. A simple blouse will go well with these sarees.
On the other hand, one feels comfortable wearing a beau georgette saree on a rainy day. A cotton print blouse can be worn with a georgette saree in monsoons. A half-sleeve or sleeveless blouse design with floral motifs will go well with the current season.
Round or boat neck blouses are trending now. A solid colour blouse can also be worn with a saree. Floral prints are now popular in monsoon georgette saree designs.
Bright-coloured sarees are more suitable on cloudy days. Apart from this, georgette sarees do not require special care.
Dark blue, light blue, sky blue, royal blue, and navy blue sarees in the blue texture of the saree in monsoons, the aesthetic design of turquoise, white, ash, golden, green, yellow, and pink. Apart from this, flowers, leaves and rivers are well adapted to Punjabi in Monsoon. White, black, grey, light blue, butter, leaf-green or blue designs come out beautifully in Punjabis.
In the case of salwar-kameez, it is better to choose synthetic fabric instead of cotton. It is better not to wear a long dress in Monsoon. Along with the pyjama, the kameez also gets mud. On rainy days, clothes need to be taken care of a little more. Otherwise, the garment may be damaged. If mud gets on the clothes, it should be washed quickly.
To prevent damage to clothing during monsoon season, it is important to rinse the entire fabric with detergent and thoroughly dry it before ironing. This will ensure that the clothes remain in good condition and do not become damp or ruined.