Rains, Rainbows And Some Color Splash

RAINS! For each of us this word means different things. I would say, Monsoon is the most happening season of all. From the breezy prelude to its arrival, the gradual change in lighting, the sound settings that turn our heads towards the windows, Monsoon sure arrives in style. 😉

We, on the receiving end, make preparations to welcome our dear guest. For, lets face it! You have no idea when he would choose to revisit. One fine day, when you are out wearing your favorite white gown, he might just surprise you and leave you all drenched, your white gown clinging to your body with mud stains. We surely don’t want that to happen, right? So, we all nod in unison when we say, let us be monsoon ready.

Obviously, white gowns are off our list. Expensive leather goodies? Out of bounds, definitely! We need clothes that would let us  do all the things we normally do and much more, now that we have water water everywhere ;). For instance, being carefree, jumping in joy, splashing water at our friends, not worrying even if we get drenched – Oh! Who am I kidding!? Clothes that could get us drenched! 😀

While rains do paint this kind of happy picture, there are the practical difficulties. This is where we put comfort first. We are talking about the likes of capris, shorts, skirts, short dresses, denims, tops & tunics with no compromise on colors. Whether we talk about enjoying the rains or about comfort, this set of clothes are always the safe bet. With umpteen online sites selling everything above the Earth and below the Sun, it isn’t difficult at all to find the items I just listed. But I did not emphasize on the words ‘no compromise on colors’ for naught.

It has been around a year since I have been doing some stalking. Oh! It isn’t what you think. I have been stalking clothes and accessories on Limeroad. I also am the proud owner of some variety stuff I bought from there. They have some amazing and unique stuff that you can’t help but own. Here is one among them I bought.

I am sure that you are convinced about the style element in Limeroad. That is the second best thing. The first is, their scrapbook feature. A unique and engaging feature that also helps us know what accessory or footwear goes better with a dress. They not only pay you for looks, but also keep contests and give rewards for the best looks.

Now that the monsoon is spreading its wings and soaring far and wide, they have introduced the monsoon themes. Here are some looks I created with the themes.

1. The All Time Lovely Purple 


I started off with a pretty PURPLE top that caught my eyes. Considering the difficulty in washing and drying the clothes during rains, denims are the best option. It is well known that you don’t have to wash them that often. Besides, there is no second opinion when it comes to comfort. The flip flops would carry you safely and in style through any type of roads. The chic, color bomb bag would have surely caught your eyes. As I said, there is no compromise on colors and style. 🙂

I introduce the next look.

2. The splash of colors.


Red to light up the cloudy skies, green to paint the wet streets and the yellow butterfly to brighten up faces. 🙂 This dress would not only keep you comfortable but make you party ready and even if you end up in the rains, wets you in style. 😉


Take a closer look at the beautiful butterfly. Yellow is a very friendly color that goes with almost all other colors.

Our next look uses an equal amount of green to contrast with the stylish pink. The slippers are the highlights here.

3. Popular Pink Pop


The last look among my list is a peppy one with everything that every girl loves – florals, colors, blacks and brightness.



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