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What to Wear When You Study Abroad?

  • Aug 18, 2014
Thermal Top Longjohn

So you’re travelling abroad to get that world-class degree and build the career of your dreams? Have you got your passport and visa? Check. Made copies of the letter of admission and previous degrees? Check. Finances in international currency? Check. Warm and trendy winter clothing? Did you just take a pause to think? Not surprising,…

Textiles and Embroidery of Kashmir

  • Aug 16, 2014
Indian Shawl

“The heaven on Earth”, a title which the northern most state of India has been relishing in for years and every ounce of air in Kashmir make a great case for it. Already endowed with a spectacle of natural beauty in all its magnificence, the people of Kashmir carry with them a tradition so beautiful…

5 Ways to Choose the Best Winter Parka for Women

  • Aug 11, 2014
Types of Wool Sweater

If winter comes, can spring be far behind? Not if  you are well-equipped with the best warm clothing that is sure to make your winters cozy and comfortable. Long or short, in blues, creams or greens, there an eternal winter charm to the age-old parka that has been a clothing staple in the freezing parts…

Shawls from India

  • Aug 6, 2014
Prrems shawl

Since ancient times, India has been a major hub for textile export in the known world. For last 5,000 years, Indian weavers are well known for their skills and talent, as some popularly named trade routes got established due to this very fact, such as Silk Road or the wool road. One of the major…

Winter Thermals: The Inside Story

  • Apr 22, 2014
Pure Wool Thermal or Body Warmer

Being the layer closest to your skin, and seeing as how important choosing the right fabric is, here is an easy way to make the right choice when it comes to choosing your winter thermals. Thermals are the innermost layer in the Winter Layering System, a method of wearing layers of clothing in a way that…

Essentials In Your Winter Outdoor Jacket

  • Apr 22, 2014
Snow Jacket

As I mentally tick items off our Traveller’s Checklist – penknife, first-aid kit, technical gloves – I hit a snag. My trusty old outdoor jacket has seen one too many winters and there is no way I can leave without a new one. Having travelled to Sikkim, Dalhousie and Darjeeling among other winter destinations, here are the features I look…

Winter Layering System

  • Apr 22, 2014
Mens Wool Coat

You may have heard of the “layering system”, but what is it? The Winter Layering System is a method of wearing your clothes in a way that effectively protects you from bad weather. Simply put, when outdoors, this is what will prevent you from turning into an icicle. For a quick education, read on. Multiple…

The Duffel Coat

  • Apr 22, 2014

A Coat is the essence of a man’s winter wardrobe. The utility, elegance and multi-faceted functionality of a coat makes it a vital overall for the male silhouette. Among the classics, here’s a story about the Duffel Coat. The duffel coat is the only classic overcoat to have a hood. This form of head protection…

Fashion Tips For Winter

  • Apr 22, 2014
Prrems season sale

Fashion is about reinventing the way you look, right? And winter wear is all about layering. When you combine the two together, you get to reinventing yourself through layering. Why do people go through the effort of being fashionably innovative? Because of the thrill factor; you could either hit bull’s-eye or totally bomb. Your winter…

Essence of a Sweater

  • Apr 22, 2014
Thermal Top Longjohn

Are you travelling on a winter vacation and don’t know how to go about your wardrobe? Here’s a lowdown on the types of sweaters you can consider to suit your style. If there was any doubt that Summer was long gone, one step outside is a quick reminder that Fall is here and in full effect. Those…

Anatomy of a Trench Coat

  • Apr 22, 2014
Trench Coat info

Often, in the process of developing styles, we are fascinated with the various features of classic designs. Among all classic overcoats, the Trench Coat stands tall. Above is an interesting illustration by Chriselle, our design diva at Prrem’s. Thanks to countless designer interpretations, the trench coat continues to be an important part of our wardrobes…

Our history goes all the way back to early 50s. Prrem and Aloo Vazirani – an accomplished couple who chased after their wanderlust bug. She was a doctor, he was a businessman, and both were filled with a desire to explore the world.