Monsoon fashion trend: Georgette dresses

Monsoon fashion trend: Georgette dresses
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Mumbai, June 2014: Welcome the much awaited monsoon with the comfortable and stylish range of georgette dresses from AND - fret free ensembles in the right fabric which do not cling or lose its appeal when damp.

Mumbai, June 2014: Welcome the much awaited monsoon with the comfortable and stylish range of georgette dresses from AND - fret free ensembles in the right fabric which do not cling or lose its appeal when damp. Georgette as we all know is the perfect fabric to don this season, and AND’s range of georgette dresses come in vibrant shades of greens, sky blues and yellow.

So bid goodbye to your full length skirts, maxis and jeans this season, and go short and chic with AND. Live it up this monsoon in these multihued, knee-length dresses and add some colour to the gloomy days with bright umbrellas, flip-flops, rain boots or wedges that’ll complement this range.
AND dresses spell style and are extremely versatile – team them up with a blazer at work; you can also layer it with a shrug or a printed scarf. Tie up your hair in a messy bun to keep it simple and stylish.
Don these dresses from AND - the perfect choice for the wet days ahead!
About AND
Launched in 1998, AND was the first Indian brand to offer urban Indian women, global styles that suited their silhouettes. AND offers a chic collection that comfortably combines formal and evening wear. The label has evolved to keep pace with changing lifestyles.
The AND woman is stylish and confident, speaks her mind and wears her attitude on her sleeve. She represents the new age, multi-tasking woman who seeks versatility in her everyday fashion choices. Presently, AND is retailed through over 250 points of sale, which include 46 exclusive stores and over 200 other established multibrand lifestyle formats like Shoppers Stop, Lifestyle, Central, Kapsons & Pantaloon.
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