Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcements:
  • Forums Style Refresh
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Apr 27, 15 at 11:33 AM
  • Introducing MeganM
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Apr 24, 15 at 03:23 PM
View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Rain, hail (softened by sakura) couldn't stop us from loving Japan!
  2. 2 Vietnam - September 2015
  3. 3 Hakone Ryokan - Gora Kansuiro
  4. 4 Trip Report Trip report: Thailand and Laos - Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Luang Prabang
  5. 5 Where to stay in Koyasan?
  6. 6 Your "must try" Japanese food experiences.
  7. 7 Khmer people please help me with translation
  8. 8 Nepal - Earthquake (25 April 2015)
  9. 9 trekking in SE Asia
  10. 10 TR 'From DC to Delhi and beyond' dated 25 February 2015
  11. 11 Trip Report INDIA: "A Pleasant Surprise"
  12. 12 Applying Indian Visa - 1 photo or 2 ?
  13. 13 Do you travel with an air mask (N95) when you go to China?
  14. 14 Which Cities in India if Only Have 8 days on Land?
  15. 15 Vietnam Itinerary- Help!
  16. 16 Re: Small and wonderful Singapore
  17. 17 Trip Report Thailand and Myanmar-Hot Hot Hot!
  18. 18 Suggestions for plan B?: a week in Thailand in early November
  19. 19 Gang rape in India. Again.
  20. 20 Beautiful Trip To Naran Valley, Pakistan
  21. 21 Any interesting things to do/see in Hat Yai?
  22. 22 Trip Report Castle & King tour operator review
  23. 23 Koh Samui/Phangan/KohTao Advice
  24. 24 Trip Report Yangon Made Easy
  25. 25 Looking for a Doctor in Metro Manila, Philippines
View next 25 » Back to the top

Gurgaon, India- Dress and Leather Advice

Jump to last reply

I am looking for some feedback as to appropriate attire while residing in Gurgaon for an extended stay.
Are leather purses, boots, and shoes okay for everyday wear?
Are knee length skirts appropriate? I have read that shorts are not.
For exercise purposes in a climate with average summer temp of 105 degrees farenheit/41 celsius. . . are shorts okay?

Appreciate the feedback!

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement