3 Gorgeous Outfits For A Romantic Date In The Rains

Written by Deepa SajnaniJul 21, 2014
3 Gorgeous Outfits For a Romantic Date in The Rains
It’s official. The monsoons are REALLY here! And we, girls, are faced with a Friday night fashion dilemma. While we love the pouring rains, dressing up for a night out is a bit scary. That muck on our new shiny stilettoes, the water dripping from our hair to our new dress – it can get a bit ugly, to say in the least. So, we’ve put together three date night outfits for you to ease the creases on your forehead. Our tip – it’s all about playing with textures and hemlines while making sure you have that umbrella or raincoat ready. The result? A cracker of an ensemble that is monsoon friendly. Take a look.

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Here’s an outfit that combines sophistication and functionality. We've chosen an elegant white skirt made of faux leather that is waterproof and paired it with a sexy khadi cami top. The sequinned dolman sleeve jacket has just the right amount of bling you need to add oodles of glam to your look if you’re heading to a swanky bar/restaurant. Complete your look with a pair of pretty pearl earrings and comfortable kitten heels in black that lend you those extra inches, while still making it easy to walk through the evening.

Image courtesy: Top, jacket and skirt: Zara, Earrings: Koovs, Shoes: Koovs

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Want a great look for a casual dinner without looking like you spent the day in your old jeans? This one’s for you. Pair a pretty ruffled top with an on-trend jacquard skirt in peach. Go for a pink and peach colour palette and opt for these stylish and monsoon friendly platform clogs in hologram silver. Don’t forget a quirky umbrella to complete your look and off you go.

Image courtesy: Top, skirt, shoes and clutch: Koovs, Umbrella: Mango

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If you're heading out dancing, pick up a snazzy LBD. We chose one with a halter style to add oodles of sizzle to your date night. Pair this with a baroque embellished mini clutch and striped heels in a black and gold duo. Invest in a beige trench coat that works with most colours and will be a saviour lest it pours on the way to the club. It also works well to cinch the waist and doesn’t make you look bulky. Score!

Image courtesy: Dress and trench coat: Mango, Clutch: Perniaspopupshop, shoes: Koovs

Deepa Sajnani

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Changing my career to fashion at the age of 27 was a risk that I'm glad I took! I don't think there is any substitute for hard work. I can be overly shy and self conscious one day and feel like I can conquer the world the next. You have to try my caramel pudding and chicken soup and don't even dare playing charades with me—I'm super competitive. I love what I do and am always looking for a way to take it up a notch!

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