Staying fashionable in the monsoon can be a tough nut to crack. So if youre struggling to find the right balance between safe and stylish, these tips are sure to help you!At LengthDrenched hems can be annoying and look untidy, so your best bet is to keep things above the ankle. Be it trousers or skirts, the midi length or ankle length will keep your garment safe from any splashes of water and give you the freedom to choose stylish rain shoes or boots to complement your look.Image Source: Pinterest/Felicity BagsMetal-FreeYouve always heard about keeping your fashion jewellery safe from water, which can be quite the task when its a rainy day. Opting for acrylic, waterproof jewellery can be your answer. This way, your jewellery will stay safe and you wont have to risk a jewellery rash either.Image Source: Instagram/studioloveletterCuffs UpTry to keep your sleeves cuffed up above the wrists, especially when youre travelling during the monsoon. This way youll keep your sleeves from getting drenched and a neatly cuffed sleeve will only add a stylish touch to your outfit.Image Source: Pinterest/hisugarplum.comLayeredNot sure if its going to be a rainy day? Add a layer. A stylish and thick layer will keep the rest of your outfit safe during a surprise shower and all you need to do is take it off and let it dry after. Try to pick shorter layers over long floor-length ones to keep them away from nasty mud stains.Image Source: Pinterest/Who What WearWaterproof ItKeep your leather bags, shoes and belts safe from the water and humidity by getting them waterproofed beforehand. A quick and temporary way to waterproof leather items is to go over them with organic coconut oil, which is also a great conditioner for leather items. Even if you dont take them out when its raining, the humidity can let mold set onto leather, going on to create damage.Image used for representational purposes only.We hope these tips will keep your outfits rain-proof this rainy season. Happy Monsoon!