As the showers come down more and more, it’s time to switch up your wardrobe to suit the season. As cosy as it is when you’re sipping a hot cup of chai by the window, when you have to go out there and deal with the weather it’s a whole new game. These style-friendly monsoon jackets will keep you warm and may provide an extra layer of protection from the wet weather. Read on to know more…
1. Global Desi Poncho
The first thing that strikes you about this poncho is the earthy olive green hue. The cowl turtleneck spreads out into the long, flowing fabric that is knee length. The asymmetric ribbed hems are accentuated by the textured acrylic fabric. Wear it on a cooler day with a pair of cropped trousers or different type of leggings.
2. Ginger Puffer Jacket
When you don’t have an umbrella handy, a polyester layer makes the most sense, and if you pick this number from Ginger, you’ll get the added bonus of style points too. The full-sleeved puffer jacket comes with a mock collar and zip-up front. The recognisable element of puffer jackets – the top stitching – and the deep purple colour both add to its appeal. Pair it with any of your casual looks to take them up a notch!
3. Kappa Sporty Jacket
If athleisure is your go-to style, what better monsoon jacket to pick than a sporty number from Kappa. The simple zip-through design with full sleeves has an ombre effect from white to pink that really makes it stand out. Get added protection with the hood you can use to cover your head. A tie-up front tee and tights will have you layered in style and ready for the drizzle.
4. Code Hooded Jacket
Of all the monsoon jacket styles out there, longline ones will probably give you the most protection from the rain, apart from dedicated rain gear. With designs that reach your calf, they will keep you safe till you find cover. This black longline hooded jacket from Code does this with style! The sleek silhouette features a hood, side pockets and a fabric belt. Team this jacket with your dressier outfits, including semi-formal looks.
5. Allen Solly Formal Blazer
While a blazer may not be the most suitable monsoon jacket for ladies, there are occasions when they’re needed. And they will shield you from a light drizzle and the cold winds. The charcoal grey blazer from Allen Solly is everything you could look for in formalwear. The single-breasted design can be worn with matching trousers and a button-down shirt.
6. Ginger Cropped Sweater
Beat the cooler days with this trendy sweater from Ginger. The subtle mint green colour coupled with the full sleeve design, embellishments and ribbed pattern makes this a must-have for any cold season. You can pair it with shorts or cropped denims and carry a cute umbrella to match.
7. Ginger Denim Jacket
Denim, especially in blue, is a classic regardless of the season, making it a favourite for the monsoon too. Add a spin to your denim jacket with this piece from Ginger that comes with light distressing and a washed tone. The fringed hemline adds to this rugged look. Create some uber-chic denim-on-denim looks with this fashionable jacket for monsoon.
8. Code Printed Shrug
If you just need a light layer over your outfit before going outdoors, this shrug from Code is a great choice. The full-sleeved shrug with an open front will keep you warm while letting your skin breathe when it’s humid. Featuring animal prints, you can let this white shrug be the focus of your outfit by wearing it with black.
9. Ginger Sweatshirt
This sweatshirt is not only cosy and warm but perfect for those lazy days too. The bright lime green colour will add a bit of spunk to your look, while the full-sleeved design with a high mock collar is ideal for this season. This monsoon jacket style can be paired equally well with denims, as it can be with leggings or tights.
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10. Code Striped Shrug
For a more formal shrug, you can turn to this pin-striped number from Code. Complete with three-quarter sleeves and an open front, you can club them with your semi-formal and formal attire.