Yes, the most fun time of the year is here. The rainy season finds it’s special place in the hearts of most of the people and I am no exception. To me, everything looks more prettier when it rains and the greenery that Delhi has to offer, becomes the most beautiful sight for the eyes when it pours.
I think that, anytime of the time year is a good time to wear colours but all those colours look the most alive during this one season of monsoon. So, when I thought of doing an outfit/look where I would welcome the rainy season, a lot of regular bright colours crossed my mind but then, green made a stop.
So, while I had decided onto put this top for the look, the other half of the look was still a question mark. Doing it with a regular blue or black jeanswear would have been the normal way out. But, I wanted to do a statement outfit with this top.
In the past, there have been many statement trends such as white-on-white, denim-on-denim, all black, etc. So, I thought of doing a green-on-green keeping in mind, I owned a smart pair of olive-green pants to complete the look.
For rest of the elements of the look, I chose to stick to the colour wine. I hope you find the whole look interesting and I would like to know from you if you have ever tried the green-on-green. If not, then do give it a try. There is no harm. 🙂
During monsoon, try to ditch the following :
- Light colours
- Denim wear
- closed-toe footwear
- metal accessories.
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