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Simply Chinese


THE CHARACTERISTIC floral motifs of .China are found in some eye-catching clothes. At Chamiers, 85, Chamiers Road, the theme of the latest collection of Indo-westerns and saris is Chinese and is simply called Xian.

Floral prints in shades of pink, blue and green on a white background dominate the collection, along with plain pinkie oranges.

As for the fabrics, they are a mix of the traditional and the contemporary. Check out smooth chiffon and elegant kota dupattas and scarves, short pin-tuck tops, short and long kurtas. Also available are smart sarongs and crinkled skirts, which make a smart fashion statement. To lend that formal touch, there are saris that come in kota, silk and chiffon as well as dresses.

So, take the opportunity and add a Chinese touch to your wardrobe.

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