If you are from either of the said colleges, then you know and we know it’s ethnic day, everyday, till you get your degree. And sorting out your ethnic wear is this store.
JNC & Christ University Girls, Get Your Kurti Scene Sorted At This Ethnic Store In Koramangala
Good Things Only
Located in 5th Block Koramangala, we happened to discover Good Things quite randomly. And stepping in, we found that it stocks up on all kinds of ethnic wear from kurtas to anarkalis and everything in between. Quite a collection these guys have and with prices starting as low as INR 500, it seems like you don’t need to make that trek to Commercial Street to shop for new kurtis before the new semester starts. The store’s stocked and you’d love that. Unless you’re really fashion forward, you will be quite happy with their collection that is reasonably trendy.
The collection of kurtis is quite extensive, with almost every other style available in stock — short, sleeveless, long, medium, flared, and even Indo-western. The long and short ones are either solid colours, embroidered, or with patterns such as paisley and ikat while your sleeveless ones come with geometric to plain Jane designs. Do check out their collection of churidars as well. Quite perfect for ethnic days, we think. Their collection of bottoms range from skirts to leggings and pyjamas, but it’s the skirts that are the prettiest of the lot. Kalamkari, paisley, leaves and block print patterns are what’s found on these colourful skirts. We also spotted quite a lot of festive wear variants of kurtis and floor-length anarkali styles that feature bead and sequin work, and jackets. They stock up on stoles and dupattas as well. The average price is around INR 800 but if you snoop around the collection, you are going to find dresses that are quite below the range. The most expensive piece that we found was a churidar set for INR 2,000. Accessories start at INR 300 only.