Pagoda and Telescopic Umbrellas

Rainy weather need not put a damper on your innate fashion sense. Gone are the days when the first sight of rain clouds meant that shapeless wellies and raincoats and dour black umbrellas that weighed a ton had to be pulled out of the closet. Umbrella design has undergone a revolution in the past decade and they are now as much of fashion accessory as a handbag or a pair of sunglasses.

Pagoda and Telescopic UmbrellasYou are in the right place if you are looking to add a fashionable pagoda umbrella to your shopping cart. These umbrellas are equally effective to combat rain or shine. What sets them apart is their distinctive style of a canopy shaped like a traditional pagoda. Steel ribs and an inverted design makes it almost impossible for this umbrella to bend backwards, even in the strongest wind. A few years ago, pagoda umbrellas were seen exclusively at the fashion shows of the leading fashion houses, modelled by the top glamour girls. These days, these designs have found their way to the streets of the great cities of the world. Buy one and you will no doubt start a new rainy-day trend.

Telescope umbrellas are the final word on versatility and usability. They are full-sized umbrellas that can be folded down three or 5 times so that they are as small as a woman’s palm. These umbrellas have a central stem that telescopes into itself so well that finally, only the canopy needs to be tucked into the handle. A fastener then gathers up all the folds of the canopy and secures them with a button or velcro closure. The final result is an umbrella small enough to fit into a clutch. These umbrellas are very sturdy as well as light and provide full protection from the rain and wind. They are also available in a wide array of colors and designs.

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