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Get ready in Wrangler's A/W collection for fashionable ride
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Sep '10
Get more mileage out of your wardrobe come autumn winter as Wrangler presents an all new range of denim. The jeans go from mid blues to steel blues to tyre blacks and are lightly distressed in washes with bleach streaks and spotting for that natural, worn-in look. Men have a new fit – the Cowboy cut, with a curved inseam for a more streamlined look. Leather buttons, exposed zippers, metallic rivets, lurex embroidery, lace and foldable clasps make appearances in the collection to give it an edge.

Wrangler influences the return of bold checks in the fashion scene this season. The brand feels that check pattern shirts have never been completely out of fashion; rather they keep coming back bolder and brighter than before. In a variety of colours and designs, these shirts will have you looking fantastic all year round!

With versatility and styles ranging from twills and oxfords to winter friendly herringbones, Wrangler has a lot to offer in checks from Detachable hoods, tonal prints reversible styles and metal buttons. Bomber jackets come in checks too, with fleece linings, varying lengths and rugged attitude.

We now brake for women's tops. Printed sweatshirts put fashion on a whole new track, while back motifs, pigment, plastisol and foil prints add a touch of biker bling. Motel signage prints, automobile graphics and varsity themes park themselves on t-shirts. While Americana reigns supreme on shirts in stripes and dobbies.

Biker graphics wheel their way into a collection of tees, sweatshirts and hoodies with kangaroo pockets. While cable knits, argyle print sweaters and designer cardigans keep you rolling through to next year in style.

A part of VF Corporation -the world's largest apparel company, Wrangler has found a loyal consumer base in the Indian youth that swear by this unique fashion brand. This high-fashion denim brand is available at exclusive stand alone stores, leading apparel stores and major department stores.

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