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The summer shopping guide

From sustainable fashion in soft cottons and pretty trinkets to home decor and pottery inspired by nature, here's a list of cool must-buys this season.

Fuss-free fashion


Summer fashion is all about breathable cotton and Pilgrim has been making cotton fashionable in the city since 2012. Started by Priyanka Haridas, 35, who quit her IT job to try her hand at design, Pilgrim is popular for its dresses, pants, jackets and skirts that are traditionally tailored in soft cotton, khadi and linen. "When you buy at Pilgrim, you are making a conscious decision of purchasing an authentic and unique product that is well-tailored and is fun to wear too," says Haridas talking about the brand's USP.

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