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Steal your monsoon look at Loot
23
Jun '09
In Mumbai, monsoon is a time when people are surrounded by a lot of grief and a dull feeling around them. It's also the time when no one wants to experiment with their looks and prefer to keep everything simple and straight. So this 2009 monsoon The Loot promises to give its consumers the best in fashion along with great deals.

While we all know that monsoons brings in a lot of humidity and things around you start getting messy, it's only right for one to be very particular about the choice of clothing and accessories to match it perfectly and look great.

So let's change the norm this messy monsoon with The Loot.
The Loot brings to you their monsoon collection. A collection that is put together everyone who wants to look their best in the monsoon. The collection includes bright colours, different prints and light fabrics.

For the men:- There are shorts and light printed tees for the day and linen and cotton trousers teamed with light cotton shirts for the formal days and evenings. Avoid wearing heavy materials like denims and cords as they get heavy when drenched and might end up shrinking till they get dry. The Loot has racks filled with brands like Eccentrics, Bus Stop, Levis, Spykar etc offering a huge range of such merchandise to choose from.

For the women:- There are short dresses and shorts which can worn with bright coloured tees, shirts and ganjji's. For the more formal evenings, one can choose from knee length dresses, skirts and mixed denim pants that are convenient to fold up and take lesser time to dry. For an evening or a party wear during the monsoons, go for Lycra chic shirts and pants or even Lycra business suits that are easy to wash too. Avoid wearing layered dresses in the rainy seasons as they only add to the muddle. Brands that are available at The Loot for women include Sepia, Remanika, 109F, Lee and Bus Stop to name a few.

For the kids:- While the men and women shop for themselves, the kids do not need to feel left out. The Loot has a great section which is dedicated to them specially. This section is apt for the fashionable kids of today and houses everything from tees, shirts, shorts, skirts, dungarees, dresses and great bags to choose from.

Apart for the clothes, the accessories make a lot of difference to ones looks. To make your monsoons more happening and chic, add a bit of funky monsoon accessories to your regular dressing. One can always opt for funky windcheaters, crocs, slippers, umbrellas and waterproof bags.

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