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Cool Kurtas To Pretty Gowns: Shop For The Best Women's Wear At Forum Neighbourhood Mall

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Ladies, you’re at Forum Neighbourhood Mall to shop and we’re here to tell you the best places to do just that! From athleisure to Indo-Western, we’ve got the deets about the best places to shop from at Inorbit Mall:


What’s not to like about Max? Their killer prices, chic clothing and a variety of options always beckon. If you manage to get past the crowd here (thanks to the super pricing options), you’ll find enough kurtas, tops, dresses and palazzos to up your Insta game. Watch out for their offers. We’ve spotted a couple of Buy 1 Get 1 Free options!

Global Desi

If you’re a woman who isn’t shy of showing off some colours, head to Global Desi. Find bright prints, easy silhouettes and popping colours to really up the quirk in your wardrobe. Most of their stuff is informal, so you’ll find things like a pretty jumpsuit to wear to your next office party or a kurta for that upcoming family function.


BIBA always has something for every budget, occasion and taste. From casual workwear options to elaborate kurtis, lehengas and gowns, they have it all. If you’re looking for some ethnic wear for your little ones, they have the cutest options for girls as well.


Cotton, georgette, linen, or crepe, find something like the perfect maxi or kurta that you like (and that is also, somehow, magically right for the occasion too!). Pair it with up dupattas and bottoms or choose the full sets for a friend's wedding or a family function.


Want to go lingerie shopping? Zivame’s the place to be. Whether it’s bras, active wear (our favourite here) or shapewear, they’ve got the perfect size and collection for you.


Indo-western tops, drapes, palazzos, trousers, and skirts, are our favourite from this store. But more importantly, they have the loveliest collection of kurtas that you can rock for both formal and informal events.


Mustard has lovely clothes for regular and plus-sized women. We love their coloured, printed kurtas and the variety of dupattas they have too.