#1 Cotton Kurtis - Light and practical
Monsoon is the time when dirt and water are just indispensable especially when you are on the go. This is when you must opt for lighter fabrics like cotton as they are thin, skin friendly and easy to dry which make them a practical choice during monsoon.
#2 Crepe Kurtis - Easy to dry
Crepe is another fabric which gets dried up pretty fast which makes it apt for the rainy season. Fill up your wardrobe with these multi-coloured crepe kurtis and make your wardrobe ready for monsoon.
#3 Kurti with palazzo sets - Choose palazzos over leggings or salwar
A pair of leggings or the salwar usually stick to your skin and make it awkward for you especially when you are drenched. Monsoon is the right time to wear long kurtis with palazzo sets which make you really trendy.
#4 Long kurtis - The 'in' thing
Besides being the current trend, long kurtis are a blessing for plus sized women. Long kurtis are ideally for women who have a heavier lower body as short kurtis tend to expose your thighs while you are walking.