Mumbai is the most-sought after destination in India, attributable to the glamorous silver-screen and the business hub.Mumbai/Bombay’s proximity to the sea has endowed it a Mediterranean Climate with humidity hanging in the atmosphere making living quite sweaty and uncomfortable for those not use to such climate. Another reason could be that it is a major international doorway to the spiritual country. The most glamorous Bollywood and fashion stars of India live in Mumbai, the entertainment hub of the country. Don’t be pondering too much while traveling Mumbai as Mumbaikars are flamboyant themselves. You can roam in and around in Mumbai city wearing your preferable dress. While traveling Mumbai you will see the best fashion outfits worn by the girls. Fashion in Mumbai is changing rapidly as it is the home of the fashion designers. However you will see old age groups with their simple way of dressing. But we would like to suggest you to wear decently to avoid or ward off the evil eye.You will cross replicas of Bollywood celebrities in their latest fashion wear.People visiting this glittering city for the first time must be pondering as what to wear and how to dress up here.When you traveling to Mumbai you must revamp your clothing sensibilities and carry light, natural and cotton clothes. Cotton clothes will keep your body airy and relieve you from sogginess of sweat. Among your clothes while in Bombay you could carry shorts, short-sleeved shirts, T-shirts and any other lightweight clothes that will keep you comfortable. Candidly speaking, Mumbai’s ‘bindaas’ attitude evidently appears in the clothes people wear. Here you can find girls wearing the outfits of the latest fashion. Even boys are not behind in dressing themselves as per the current trends.Mostly the humid season is atrocious during March to October, so keep yourself easy on clothes, wear loose and airy attires.People have a bad eye sometimes to outsiders, so one should keep in mind that in a new place one needs to maintain some dress codes. Mumbai has a humid climate throughout the year, so cotton clothes are best to wear. While on the move wear sandals or light shoes or slippers. However, the clothing affair becomes less worrisome on fashion point in the evening when Mumbai comes out with sparkling colors and trendy outfits. So, go rock your way when in Mumbai! In fact, you can find the replica of Hrithik Roshan as well as Kareena Kapoor in their newest movie clothing while walking through the streets. So don’t get confused, it is just about fashion in Bombay.women wearing ‘skimpy’ tops and short skirts will often cause locals in Mumbai to stare and this is not considered to be a suitable dress code should you wish to visit temples and shrines, where you may even be asked to cover your head People tend to garb in the hottest fashion clothes as soon as they appear in the market. Mumbaikars from old age group wear very simple dresses, which could be sari or suit for women and kurta-pyjamas or shirt-trousers for men. All types of clothing are acceptable in Mumbai, be it traditional or most-modern. However, one should wear what he/she can carry in a better way. A punjabi is a salwar-kameez where salwars are pyjama-like trousers drawn tightly in at the waist and the ankles. Over the salwars, a long and loose tunic known as a kameez.It’s always preferable to dress in a decent manner, so as to avoid any unwanted attention. A churidar can be worn instead of a salwar: a churidar is similar to the salwar but is tighter fitting at the hips, thighs and ankles. Over this, one might wear a collarless or mandarin-collar tunic called a kurta. But the traditional clothing of Indian women is the sari (also written saree or shari) : worn in varied styles, it is a long piece of flat cotton, silk or other fabric woven in different textures with different patterns.Since Mumbai is located on the coast moreover in the tropical region, it is always warm and humid. One should prefer wearing cotton clothes that can absorb the sweat and make you feel comfortable.The majority of Indian women seem to wear traditional Indian dresses while most men wear shirts and trousers. Throughout the year, cotton clothing is all you will need in Mumbai. Girls can team t-shirts or kurtis with jeans or capris or shorts. For boys too, t-shirts, shorts and jeans will do. Casual attire is acceptable for business meetings but it is best to dress formally. The appropriate attire for men is a long-sleeved shirt with tie and/or jacket, depending on the weather. Long skirts are required of women, but they may try wearing a sari or salwar kameez (pants).Pack a pair of slippers or sneakers to dress your feet.However the traditional men outfit seems to be a long pieces of flat cotton worn under a shirt, sometimes covering both legs, sometimes wrapped like a sort of short pants.it is always advisable to dress decently in Indian clothes or in formal Western wear. The religious places might demand the visitor to follow certain other norms. As such, the younger people of Mumbai sport cool Western looks. In the winter season, one should pack the woolen clothes though winter is not too much chilly. Tourists can wear both Indian and western casuals.If a person is invited to an Indian home in Mumbai, he must take off his shoes and greet the person with ‘namaste’. Mumbai is hot and muggy for most of the time, so prefer wearing light cotton clothes. Due to the weather conditions, it is always preferable to dress in light color cotton clothes. There is no fixed clothing etiquette but while visiting holy places or visiting Indian homes.