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Monsoon Fashion Trends Inspired By B-Town Divas And Bollywood Outfits

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Monsoon Fashion Trends

Monsoon Fashion Trends

Monsoons don’t mean you got to stash away your trendy garbs. Let our Bollywood babes come to your rescue. They are trendy, their style is always on fleek and they always inspire us with their veritable style.

Bollywood Outfits for Monsooon

So, make the most of these last few days of monsoon and get some monsoon style ideas from our Bollywood Fashionistas to brighten up your monsoon wardrobe inspired from Bollywood outfits.

Go Short This Monsoon

Dread those drenched and muddy hemlines in monsoons? Gives Jeans and shorts a much needed break. It is time to go short inspired by Bollywood outfits shown on our silver screens. Experiment with your look by opting for shorts or short skater dresses in your wardrobe. Take a style inspiration from Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt this monsoon season and flaunt your pins like our B-town divas in itsy bitsy hemlines. They are sexy, they are practical and they up your style quotient. Extra points for teaming up your denims with a knotted shirt.

Bollywood outfits for monsoon

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Back To The Basic Dress

Keep your monsoon fashion minimum to the basics during the downpours. Strut around in style in a basic dress a la Neha Dhupia. She styled her Black skater dress with a black pump, coiffed hair and bright red lips. A perfect way to add some brightness to your wardrobe on those gloomy days!

Bollywood dresses

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Brightness Overload

We like how despite the grey weather, our gorgeous B-town beauties step out in their cheerful best. Take help from Bollywood divas and revamp your wardrobe by adding Bollywood outfits in cheerful yellows, pinks and reds to your wardrobe. Take a leaf from leggy lass Shraddha Kapoor’s book and step out in a sunshine Yellow number. Add to the brightness by wearing pink lips with your dress. Brightness overload, what is that?

Latest fashion trends

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Rompers The Trend

They say there is a romper for every season. They make a great staple piece when it comes to monsoon fashion trends. Easy to wear, uber chic, and breathable, they are a practical monsoon option.
They are easy to layer too. Style them in a casual or a formal occasion depending on the occasion.

Our Bollywood celebrities prefer rompers too for its practicality, style and comfort. Take a cue from Anushka Sharma who looks swashbuckling in a floral romper which she teamed up with a black jacket and tan brogues’. A perfect Bollywood outfit for a rainy casual evening!

B-town's monsoon fashion trends

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Neon Power

This eighties trend is back and how! Add a dash of neon to your wardrobe this monsoon. Swap Bollywood dresses in dull colours in favour of florescent pink, yellow and greens. Make a splash in these color block outfits on a grey day but let minimalism be your best friend. Mix and match outfits from your wardrobe with neon pieces. Take inspiration from our Bollywood beauties who have embraced these fashion trends with elan. Preity Zinta teamed her ripped jeans with florescent top and yellow pumps. We love how effortless she looks in this picture.

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Monsoon apparels

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Monsoon-Friendly Fabric

When it pours, the weather in some places in our country gets really humid too. During the monsoons, avoid clingy or bling garments. Opt for garments that let you breathe and are comfortable. Opt for soft cotton or linen in latest fashion trends.

We loved how our tinsel town divas Anushka Sharma, Genelia D’Souza and Kareena Kapoor have donned outfits in bright blue, pink and orange. They kept their makeup and jewellery bare minimum to go with the outfit.

Monochromes trends

So ladies, take a cue from B-town’s monsoon fashion trends and make the most of the remaining days of monsoon.

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1 comment

Yogita Aggarwal October 5, 2015 - 12:23 am

Great outfit ideas but i wonder why Sonam’s looks are missing from the post.


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