Monsoons...ahhh what do i wear... :(

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What bottoms are you comfortable in the monsoons?
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penelope cruz's ?



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Dry..
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Not denim jeans. I can tell you, even in Rajasthan where the Monsoon is not coming down very strong, the humidity is too much.

Salwar are a good option. Linen pants are a good option. Baby powder is another good option
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Originally Posted by petrietta View Post Salwar are a good option. Linen pants are a good option. Baby powder is another good option
Would the baby powder be in addition to the salwar/linen pants - or instead?
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Yoga pants e.g. Lululemon brand. They dry very quickly & hold up well.
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As you like...
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this time for serious chery,
welcome to indiamike

for them monsoons - anything that is light/sheer cotton - pants / salwar.
something / anything that will dry overnight under the ceiling fan.

avoid skirts - as its difficult to walk in one when wet in the rain.



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