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Go ‘green’ in a burst of colour and elegant silhouettes

Whether it’s a soft, flowing kurta which makes you feel light and dreamy, a pair of matching culottes and top or even the classic checkered shirt and denims, you will get your style and fit at Max Fashion’s new range of sustainable clothing made from ‘green’ fibres sourced from one of the most reputed eco-friendly companies in the world – LENZING™ ECOVERO™ . So, while you get to look your best in this refreshing line up crafted especially for the contemporary urban woman, you also get to ‘go green’ and help to reduce carbon footprints and contain water-use merely by your choice of clothes.



It's about being aware of the environment. It's about taking small steps to cut carbon footprints. It's about fashion with feeling… No more is this only for hipsters and tree-huggers. And who said you can’t do all that while still keeping up with the latest styles and always looking on fleek? Check out the trends in the classy range crafted with wood-based, biodegradable fibres from LENZING™ ECOVERO™.


 1. Culottes with a printed top

A classic you can’t have enough of – a crisp white printed top with ruffled cuffs tucked into solid colour culottes with a belt. Slip on monochrome sneakers to pull off a casual vibe; or block heels for a dapper work look.


2. Asymmetrical kurta

Embrace all things ethnic with this full-length kurta with a flowing asymmetrical hemline and tie-and-dye detailing that spells comfort and style. You’ll want dark blue palazzos for this one. Just perfect for semi-formal dos!



3. Printed kurta with culottes

Another classic you’ll really want in your wardrobe is this vibrant blue full-sleeved kurta with a bold circular print teamed with contrasting yellow culottes and brown sandals. One for a cheery weekend, maybe.


4. Checked shirt and denims

An all-time favourite is a well-fitted checked shirt with a spread collar and rolled-up sleeves. Strike a casual mood by pairing it with straight-leg or skinny jeans, and sneakers.