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Max debuts resort inspired apparel range
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May '12
Summer is at its peak and as you make your plans to beat the heat, don't forget to pack in the right ensemble to get you into the holiday spirit! Keeping you stylish as always, Max has introduced the Holiday Collection which provides the one-stop solution for the entire family with a vibrant new range of resort inspired apparel.

This collection brings together easy comfortable outfits in diaphanous fabrics as well as printed vests, long tunics, linen capris and floral kaftans. These can be accessorized with fun flip flops and chunky beaded neckpieces & bracelets. The prints are a visual treat with juicy fruits, palm leaves and exotic bird graphics. The wide platter of design elements include burnt outs, printed twills, embroidered single jerseys, ribbed vests and yarn dyed vibrant stripers.

Apart from the loungers, the fitness freaks have a whole colourful range of durable attire to take you through every sport, be it cricket, swimming or even hiking!

Let your tote talk! Offering carry bags in all shapes and sizes, Max helps you accommodate your summer essentials in style. Also up for grabs are the funky sunglasses and hats.

If you are headed for a more contemporary look, then give yourself the gift of glam this season. This collection gives fashionistas a chance to play with vivid prints, stripes, and geometric prints - not to mention some great new takes on floral prints. Another key advantage is the versatility of the designs. The outfits can be enjoyed over the coming months as well. It also includes ultra chic blouse and skirt combos for women and smart shirts and trousers for the working man and woman.

This collection gives you a reason to take a holiday shopping trip for the entire family this summer and shows you how to look good in order to feel great!

Max is the leading fashion brand offering customers a one stop shop for clothing, accessories and footwear needs for the entire family.

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