Top 5 Monsoon Outfits for kids
There’s nobody in the world who doesn’t like rains, however, one can’t deny that it brings life to a standstill if you are not well-prepared for it. The most vulnerable to monsoons are kids, who if not taken care of, can fall sick. In the age of competition, it is also not feasible to keep kids indoors not letting them attend school or go out for sports during monsoons. The only way to deal with it is to take necessary steps and stay prepared for monsoons. Following are 5 must-have kids’ outfits for monsoon.
- Capris: With different names at different places starting from crop pants, man-pris, clam-diggers, flood pants, three quarter legs, flood pants, jams, highwaters toreador pants; capris are the ideal bottom wear for kids during monsoons. They are longer than shorts but shorter than trousers. With water logging on streets and kids always playing around this saves them from the embarrassment of dirtying their pants and keeps them flexible to run around and enjoy the rains.
- Nylon/polyester T-shirts: Expecting kids to carry umbrellas wherever they go and staying careful of rains is irrelevant. At their age the heart just wants to run around and have fun, make merry, not caring about small things. Therefore, it is really useful to make them wear Nylon/polyester T-shirts, that don’t get wet very fast and dry up fast. This saves the child from catching common cold and other skin and health related consequences from staying wet in the rains for long.
- Shorts: The short length of shorts during monsoon is best suited for boys. It also makes them look really cute. Choosing loose and flexible pieces also allow better flexibility for running around. Due to a higher distance from the ground the kids are also saved from any embarrassment caused by puddles and dirtying the shorts.
- Raincoat: While you can hold an umbrella for long and be careful about not misplacing it, an umbrella very often becomes a burden on kids. Raincoats keep kids covered and also allow them to walk around freely in rains. It is also not very heavy that restricts movements. The colourful designs and fancy features available in raincoats with whistles, detachable caps, extra pockets and cartoon merchandise also allure the kids into having one, flaunting it in rains and in the due process, avoiding getting wet.
- Rubber shoes: Monsoon shoes are necessary for better sole friction and easy maintenance of your footwear. Rubber shoes stay firmly attached to the feet and also don’t get spoilt due to rain. They dry up easily, not letting the cold settle on feet leading to fever. Cleaning up rubber shoes is also comparatively easier. A kid can easily walk through a puddle or play in the muddy ground wearing it, not worrying about the shoes getting spoilt and also not falling down on slippery surface.