The really cool wardrobe
Mumbai's blink-and-you-miss winters don't invite the chills, so it's not possible to experiment much with options to rev up your wardrobe. Fret not, The Guide has hand-picked a few sartorial buys that will transform you into a fashionable species during this time of the year
For The Women
Jumpers and cardigans
Cardigans work best to protect you from the cold without sweating it out.
Chequered jumper by Marks & Spencer Rs 3,499; Geometric neon pattern sweater by Forever 21 Rs 939
Leather finish jeggings, Marks & Spencer Rs 1,999
Scarves and stoles
The best place to hunt for shawls, scarves and stoles in the city at a good price is Colaba Causeway. This is our haul.Rs 80 onwards
This poncho-style jacket will help you hide the festive flab and save you from the chills.
Levis Rs 4,599
Opt for ankle-length boots to walk down the city. Brown boots by donebynone.com Rs 2,499, (below) Westside Rs 899.
If you were wondering where in the city can you wear crop tops without grabbing eyeballs, winter is your saviour. Use crop tops for minimal layering that is ideal for Mumbai’s winter.
Global Desi, Rs 1,099
For The Men
Marks & Spencer Rs 1,299
For men who think of sweaters as un-manly, this shirt-cum-hoodie will help you out.
Scullers Rs 1,599 onwards
Celio Rs 2,999
From The Expert’s Style Book
Designer Nikhil Thampi gives you some tips to dress to the nines this winter:
. Cardigans are great for layering for both men and women; men can wear them over T-shirts.
. Shirts with thick cottons will help you stay warm and if you still feel hot, you can keep the top button open.
. Women can also layer using crop tops and crop jackets.
. Opt for jeggings with thick materials and wear ankle-length boots as knee-high ones look funny in Mumbai.
. Scarves with good prints will help you keep warm and stay in trend. Avoid wool though.
. Boyfriend jackets are a great way to stay warm and dress up for both a formal event and an evening out.
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