With its refreshing rainstorms, the monsoon season restores our minds and souls. However, there aren't many options for people to choose from when it comes to apparel. Many ladies start worrying about how they should dress and maintain their beauty while wearing ethnic clothing. The truth is that you must choose which fabrics and attire to wear during the rainy season and steer clear of others.


We offer you some wonderful women's ethnic wear options to get you started if you are having a similar problem with your dresses during the monsoon season.


1. Classic Sharara Suits


Avoid wearing textiles that adhere to your body when your garments get wet by wearing sharara suits made of light fabrics like chiffon, georgette, cotton, nylon, and linen. For your monsoon celebrations, ethnic sharara suits in georgette with Kundan, sequins, cut dana, and zari embroidered striped designs give you a happy appearance. Sequin buttis can be used to accentuate sharara pants. For the finishing touch, add a matching dupatta with zari embroidery.


2. Chudidar Salwar Kameez Ethnic


No matter which city you are in, the rainy season is synonymous with standing water and puddles. Stick to churidars and, preferably, choose well-fitted traditional clothing to get by in that situation. A crushed dupatta with Gota lace can be worn over an Anarkali salwar kameez in silk with a bandhani design and scattered sequin buttons. Pair a churidar with contrast or similar color to improve your festive style. Additionally, mirror, zardosi, thread, and zari embroidery are all options for the placket.


3. Straight-Leg Pants and Ethnic Kurtis


Monsoon season is notorious for its unforeseen downpours, puddles, and jams. Therefore, you must wear your clothes with straight, fitted bottoms to live. You may wear these with short kurtas to look stylish while remaining at ease. Grab a satin silk kurta set with a lehariya pattern all around. Add a zari- and mirror-accented neckline with gotta Patti embroidery to it. Combine it with cotton straight-cut pants in off-white with woven stripe accents.


4. Popular Ethnic Jumpsuits


Among Indian ladies, jumpsuits are the newest ethnic fashion trend. In the monsoon, jumpsuits may keep your sensual, self-assured, and stylish style coupled up. They are lightweight and convenient to carry. Select a georgette jumpsuit with Mughal designs embroidered with zari and sequins that are complemented by embroidered buttons. Mirror abla embroidery with zari accents in floral motifs might complement the raw silk yoke.


5. Ultra-Traditional & Ethnic Suits


Even during the monsoon season, suits continue to be charming. You may still let your inner flair shine through and add a little glam. Now is the moment to mix and combine bright colors to show off your sense of style. A georgette lucknowi suit with mirror work that has white bead embroidery and buttons all around. Certainly, this outfit fits the needs of contemporary ladies in terms of fashion. Additionally, it has scallops and floral designs embroidered with cut dana and sequins on the border.



To make a statement, choose your favorite dress from the RIWAYAT online store according to the occasion. Additionally, you can add other incredible trends to your collection without sacrificing comfort.