Let The Monsoons Refresh You And Your Wardrobe

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Anyone who says only sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the rain. But even though this weather inspires poetry, songs and love stories in movies, it surely does rain down on our life and plans. Humidity, damp and hot sticky clothes drenched in sweat, and not to forget the constant struggle of finding clothes in the closet that truly breathe and keep us cool! These are just a few of the headaches monsoons bring along as the clouds rumble. Well, there is not much we can do to turn the course of nature, but we can surely can help out with a big point of concern – clothing.

Clothing that is as light as the breeze before rain but as pretty as a silver lining in grey clouds – Chikankari kurtas. Kurtas embroidered with blooming flowers and buds and beautiful paisleys, Chikankari kurtis come in light fabrics like muslin, cotton and georgette. These kurtas flow freely like the winds and are airy making them the most comfortable choice of wear when it comes to sticky and sweaty weather.

ADA designs clothes which don’t just make the wearer look great but also feel great. And you look great when you’re comfortable and confident. During monsoon, it’s almost impossible to not get drenched in a sudden downpour when we step outside. This is why choosing the right fabric is important. Avoid wearing clothes made of denim or silk, as they tend to take a lot to dry up and even gets ruined, especially silk. Upon the arrival of humid weather, pick clothes that are made of cotton, muslin of light fabrics not only feel cooling but also dry quicker. This season, don’t let your style take a rain check just because of uncomfortable weather. Liberate your sense of style with a range of clothing with fabric so light that the season doesn’t pour down heavy on you.  Look as pretty as a rainbow in the rain with the colourful, breezy fabrics of Chikankari kurtas.

After all, seasons may come and go but your style and confidence should always stay evergreen.

-By Sandesh Soni

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