How to Take Care of Your Clothes in Summer: A Comprehensive Guide

Summer is already around the corner and as it onsets, it brings about a lot of challenges. Be it our skin care routine, work out routine, household activities or clothes, almost everything changes as soon as summer begins.

One of the most important challenge is to take care of your summer clothes effectively. Through our research, we have come across ways in which you can take care of your clothes.

  1. Separate the Whites

The first step you take is to separate your whites from rest of your clothes. After you are done with it, you need to set the washing machine to hot, and choose a detergent which is an alternative to bleach. You can also add washing soda to boost the whiteness of your clothes and to clean the armpits.

  1. Dry cleaning

Clothes such as Khadis and silk clothes tend to wrinkle and ultimately lose its glow if you wash them in normal detergent. Thus sending them out for dry cleaning helps keep up the same shine and quality of the cloth material. So get your beloved Nehru Jackets dry cleaned and then wear them with aplomb!

  1. Avoid washing delicate clothes in your washing machine

lingerie come with warning that say “hand wash”. Apparently, washing machine tends to shrink the fabric and damage it. Hence, hand wash your delicate so that they last longer and their fabric doesn’t wither out.

  1. Do not leave your clothes in the sun for too long

As observed, keeping clothes out in the sun for too long leads to colour fading. That is why, after your clothes are completely dry, fold them and keep them in an organised way.

  1. Ironing with care

Learn how to iron clothes according to their cloth material. Adjustment of temperature of the iron will help keep up the cloth material. Generally this is the adjustment for temperature

•Linen: 445° F

•Cotton: 400° F

•Viscose/Rayon: 375° F

•Wool: 300° F

•Acrylic: 275° F

•Polyester: 300° F

•Silk: 300° F

•Acetate: 290° F

•Lycra: 275° F

•Nylon: 275° F

  1. Dress after make up and hairdo

Cosmetic materials can seriously damage the clothes and thus, dress after you are done with your makeup and Hairdo to avoid any dye or hairspray to harm your cloth.

  1. Invest in a steamer

A steamer helps get rid of wrinkles while your clothes still hang on the hangers. This way, you can make your outfits ever ready to wear without any need of Ironing them.

PRINTED NEHRU JACKET: How To Style It?

Attending a special occasion? Worried about what to wear and look classy? Why worry when you have printed Nehru jackets in your wardrobe? Nehru jackets, popularly known as Modi Jacket nowadays, has been in trend since many years. Nehru jackets have seen a lot of transformation, printed Nehru jackets being the latest. Men can get that perfect ethnic and sophisticated look at the same time by wearing such printed Nehru jackets. They look perfect only when styled properly. So, here are five ways in which you can style printed Nehru jackets and look classic!

  1. Plain classic shirts

When plain classic shirts are styled with printed Nehru jackets, you look effortlessly stylish. If you are in a hurry, then just put on a pair of blue jeans, a crisp plain shirt and printed Nehru jacket. Plain classic shirts can be tucked in to get a more formal look and tuck out for a casual occasion!

  1. Kurta

Heading for a wedding? Pair your printed Nehru jacket with a plain kurta and you are all set to rock the occasion! Kurtas along with these jackets are a real savior for men in wedding season. They give men the perfect ethnic look with minimal effort. Make sure you pair a kurta with contrasting color as that of the jacket so that the jacket stands out bold. You can go for pyjamas or dhoti when it comes to bottom wear.

  1. Formals

Printed Nehru jackets are extremely versatile and that’s the reason why it a must-have in every man’s wardrobe. The printed Nehru jacket when styled along with basic formals can make you look like a perfect gentleman. When you step out in basic formals and a printed Nehru jacket, you are ought to be noticed by every girl out there!

  1. Shorts

Want to look casual and outright classy at the same time in a pair of shorts? Well, you can look extremely attractive by styling the right colored shorts with printed Nehru jacket and a classic shirt. It would be the perfect outfit for a night out with friends! Shorts give you that casual look while the Nehru jacket will add a little bit of elegance to it.

  1. Long sleeved jacket

Like mentioned earlier, Nehru jackets have undergone various changes throughout the years and long sleeved printed Nehru jackets is one of them. Dark colored printed Nehru jacket paired with a light colored shirt can be a perfect outfit for any occasion. To add to the classic look, add some accessories like handkerchief or big buttons!

Printed Nehru jackets can be paired with almost everything that can is available in a man’s wardrobe. No wonder, printed Nehru jackets are a man’s best friend. Be it a cousin’s wedding or a plan with friends, put that jacket on and head to your venue! So, add a printed Nehru jacket to your wardrobe and never worry about outfits for any occasion. Style it with different things and get a different look everytime.

Mulberry Lifestyle @ IATF Dubai 2017

Dear Friends,

With your support and wishes, Mulberry Lifestyle is getting ready for its first International Exhibit in Dubai next week. We will be launching our exclusive Collection of Jackets for the International Market at International Apparel & Textile Fair, 2017, the leading Apparel Fair in the world.

Dubai Poster

You have been a part of our journey, helping us with new ideas and in our growth. We will be happy if you can invite your friends, family and associates in Dubai, on our behalf, to meet us at IATF, Dubai.

Booth No. D 6
Hall No. 8
Dubai World Trade Center, Dubai
Mobile: +91 9708039200

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Best Regards,
Kanishka Poddar
Mulberry Lifestyle

Franchise Opportunity

Mulberry Lifestyle, an upcoming fashion label started by Arti Poddar, had successfully launched its online store http://www.mulberrlife.in back in January 2015. The company has been making waves in the online retail world for its premium quality Nehru Jackets and is selling to its customers across length and breathes of India.

Every jacket made by Mulberry Lifestyle bears the hallmark of quality workmanship. These jackets are made with automatic and semi automatic Japanese machines, using carefully selected fine quality fabrics. Made out of natural fabrics like Silk, Cotton, Linen, and also more vibrant fabrics such as velvet and brocade, the jackets are currently available in over 40 colors ranging from earthy pastels to richer hues. 

The company now plans to expand its business with opening Exclusive Retail Stores across India and thereby invite young, dynamic, enthusiastic people to setup a Franchise Store in their preferred city and start there enterprising career. The company is looking established and financially sound people with shop space in prime shopping areas in major cities across India, namely Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Patna, Bhuvneshwar, Raipur, Indore, Nagpur, Chandigarh and likes, to setup a franchise store for products exclusively manufactured by Mulberry Lifestyle.

Franchise Opportunity

The current product profile of Mulberry Lifestyle includes Nehru Jackets for Men & Woman, Mandarin Collar Shirts and Pocket Square. We are working very hard everyday to come up with new products in our portfolio and be rest assured that in coming days there will be more and more interesting products to place it in stores.

People interested for Franchise Store of Mulberry Lifestyle, please fill the Franchise Application Form here and one of our representative will get in touch with you shortly.

Brocade Nehru Jacket

Brocade is a class of richly decorative shuttle-woven fabrics, often made in colored silks and with or without gold and silver threads. The name, related to the same root as the word “broccoli”, comes from Italian broccato meaning “embossed cloth”, originally past participle of the verb broccare “to stud, set with nails”, from brocco, “small nail”, from Latin broccus, “projecting, pointed”.

Brocade is typically woven on a draw loom. It is a supplementary weft technique; that is, the ornamental brocading is produced by a supplementary, non-structural, weft in addition to the standard weft that holds the warp threads together. The purpose of this is to give the appearance that the weave was actually embroidered on.

This festive season, we bring you a range of vibrant and colorful Nehru Jacket made using finest quality Brocade Fabric. The Jacket is available in Burnt Orange, Golden White, Golden Maroon and Paisley prints.

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