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BIBA introduces new range of fashionable Loungers
18
Mar '14
BIBA Introduces a new fashion trend this summer with a whole new range of Loungers. A fashionable range of bottom-wear available in different styles & funky fusion prints, these have been styled in an easy -to -wear relaxed & comfortable way to give a stylized look and a sense of freedom to move around. 
 
This new range of Loungers is a contemporary collection of bottom wear that is sure to excite the youth and fashionable urban women of today. The collection has a wide variety of styles inspired from the rich Indian heritage, designed in sync with the latest international trend that will take the fashion quotient up this summer.
 
The Loungers are available in four broad categories to suit the choices of one and all.
 
Farshi Loungers 
The Farshi Pajama is a traditional Indian bottom that was worn between late 17th and early 20th centuries in the Muslim courts and by royalty and ladies from privileged classes Farshi means 'associated with the 'farsh' or floor’ When combined with the word Pajama, the term evolves to mean a bottom-wear garment that falls generously on the floor, and trails as one walks. Team it up with short and long kurtas from Biba and you are sure to make a fashion statement.
 
Jaipur Loungers
Tourist traveler look that can be easily coordinated with our wide range of short and long kurtas.
 
Safari Loungers 
A range of straight, cotton palazzo pants that are extremely comfortable, breathable and easy to wear. These Loungers come in colorful, fusion prints and embroideries at the hem. Team them with Biba kurtas or kurtis and you are sure to get noticed.
 
Banjara Loungers 
A new range of unique embroidered anklets which have a smart, slimming effect and make you feel great. A refreshing change from the plain bottoms, the embroidery and the crop of the anklets make for a style statement. These can be teamed with long kurtas and short kurtis to make you feel and look different.
 

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