Mumbai- “The City of Dreams”….Have you ever been to Mumbai? Forget about going around the place, have you ever travelled by a local train at office hours. My personal experience says that local train at office hours is the best place to get a body massage. I’m serious! you don’t need any efforts to enter or exit the train. It all happens automatically. You will find it fiction unless you experience it to believe that it is true.
In this situation, working women always prefer to wear comfortable, trendy office wears. A dress which is suitable at all places. Here are some different styles of dresses. It is a mixture of Indian and western formals. These attire are well accepted in the corporate world. But if you are working in a government organization, western formals won’t be great option to choose.
1. Salwar-Kameez or Kurti’s:
Simple, elegant and available in a plethora of colours; this combination is ever comfortable for travelling in public transport plus gives you the sophistication required for official meetings.
2. Western Formals
With western formals, the difficulty arises during travelling in public transport and the fact that you need to be very careful by choosing it as per your body type. For those who are comfortable with western outfits, there is a wide range of outfits in the western formals range to choose from.
By looking at the dresses you can confirm that they are comfortable. You also get a lot varieties, colors and patterns. Accessories with these dresses will enhance your charm and beauty. Normal shopping and online shopping are definitely there but now-a-days, companies uploading their designs on social websites with all the details of the product.
Western formals has an added advantage. It can be worn in office parties as well as at regular office. Whereas most of the time Indian dresses can’t be used effectively at the both places. But hey it’s not a universal truth. It varies from person to person. The most important aspect of any dressing style is comfort and suitability.
– Aishwarya J
Latest posts by BMS (see all)
- Can a SYBMS student change specialisation in TYBMS? - June 15, 2016
- Board Papers Not Leaked says Mumbai University. No Re-exam 🙂 - April 25, 2016
- How To Contribute And Write Articles on BMS.co.in ? - March 4, 2016