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The Royal Challengers spells attitude of Indigo Nation
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Mar '10
Indigo Nation, the stunning range of fashionable formal wear designed exclusively for the young, edgy and maverick man, continues to style the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the ongoing Indian Premier League. After a hugely successful season last year, Indigo Nation is proud to style the debonair and stylish Royal Challengers Team of Bangalore for the second year in a row.

The collection specially designed for the Royal Challengers includes an exciting range with 'Reversibles' clothes that can be worn inside out and a stylish assemble of checkered shirts that go best with denims. They include a wide variety of shirts in varied hues of creams, blues and beiges. This special collection created by Indigo Nation for the Royal Challengers is not just a toast to the team but also to their admirers across the nation.

The royal challengers spell the attitude of Indigo Nation – they are young and dynamic. Indigo Nation, the brand has possibly benchmarked the young corporate' dress ethos in formals and changed men's fashion in India from sober and monotonous to bold and radical. They intend to expect the same boldness and style from the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are not just raring to go on the field but off it as well.

RCB IN Collection is sure to add the spunk your wardrobe needs this IPL season. Indigo Nation customers enjoy an experience to meet and greet the players, win tickets to team matches and also net practice with the players.

Indigo Nation is a young and edgy formal wear brand from the house of Indus-League Clothing Ltd, which is a unique brand lifestyle marketing firm headquartered in Bangalore. Indigo Nation's Contra Formals has set a new trend in dressing for the young and dynamic – like they say – “Young Like That”!! Indigo Nation has possibly benchmarked the young corporates' dress ethos in formals and changed men's fashion in India from sober and monotonous to bold and radical.

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