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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Be Monsoon Ready with OASAP!

The incessant rains do get irritating at times, but something that you can't compromise with even during this season is- Fashion! Being a frequent shopper at OASAP, I was once again browsing through it a while ago and few things that I spotted would surely make your monsoons fashionable & chic! Let's have a look at them one by one.

A light trench coat is an essential during the rainy season in places like the UK an all where it gets quite cold at this time. Or why go that far, I don't need any fans for hours these days- it's cool, windy & rainy!

It's on sale, so you better check it out NOW- HERE

These sweet crocs will prove very useful when on foot! Perfect for those who love splashing & jumping about in puddles :D Available in many more colours, choose your favorite- HERE

Printed skirts, shorts are a favorite for this season! I would go for neutral base colors with stand out prints, but bright & catchy ones would look good too! These lovely little thing have the power to get you noticed even in the thunderstorm! OASAP has an enormous collection of such skirts & shorts.

Buy this heart print skirt- HERE

Looking for rain boots, get over the boring plain ones are go for this plaid pair! At $37 this is a steal, an absolute essential for monsoons! Can't wait to get my hands on this as soon as possible! So hat are you waiting for, get these lace up rain sneakers- HERE

Last but not the least, a transparent raincoat! Girls, it's time to shun away those baggy raincoats for a chic transparent one. Show of your stylish clothes without the fear of getting wet! I really love the 3D kind of effect this has. Available in many colours, and by colours I mean the outline colors, check them out HERE

So that's it for now, hope I have given you reason enough to shop at OASAP for the monsoons! 
Have a great day!
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