Park Lane is one of those places that still attracts our mums and grandmas. Whether it's saree shopping or checking out what's new in jewellery, this is is a go-to. We're here to give you a hood guide of what's where in Park Lane. Let's get shopping, shall we?
Retail Therapy: This Is The Only Guide You Need To Shop In Park Lane In Secunderabad
Taruni might have been our constant while growing up. But even today, if our plan is to shop for Indian wear without breaking a bank, Taruni is our go-to store. Think of bright floral lehengas, sarees in offbeat colours like mustard yellows, purples, etc. Go here for a budget as well as elaborate ethnic wear shopping.
If you're planning to hoard up casual kurtas, crop tops, kurta sets, or dupattas, Soch has to be on your list. Located inside Siddam Shetty Complex, get here for Indian wear that's perfect for your am-pm look!
Suraj Garden Vareli
For those of you who can never get enough of Garden Vareli pieces, this iconic store might just be it. They have a wide range of beautiful sarees that will fit any budget. Plus, if you are fond of bright colours, it cannot get better than this.
BIBA Factory Outlet
We know how Biba can get a little expensive sometimes but their designs are so beautiful that we end up going broke. But no more. This factory outlet might sell old stock but you'll find beautiful kurtas, anarkalis, and dupattas. There are sales happening all the time so you're in for a treat.
Aurelia in Park Lane is quite a huge store and we cannot tell you the number of times we've hoarded kurtas from here. Walk in to spot aisles and aisles of kurtas, dupattas, dhoti pants, etc. Plus, watch out for those sales!
Unlimited Family Fashion Store
Budget shopping on your mind? It really cannot better than Unlimited Family Fashion Store. Since it's a one-stop shop for menswear, kidswear, and womenswear, you can get here with your fam and buy amazing stuff on a shoestring budget. We really love their t-shirts and accessories section.
Rithika Suits & Dress Materials has appealing dhoti pants and short kurtas, a wide range of lehengas, and shimmery leggings along with basic bottoms. Known for crafting and stocking up as per the current fashion trend, we spotted plenty of ikat and Kalamkari pieces at the store. But we recommend going beyond cotton as the store does plenty of heavy work lehengas and anarkalis.
Cheap Jack Nx
Cheap Jack has racks and racks of ikat fabrics in both earthy and vibrant colours, Pochampally cotton dress material and sarees, Bandhani and Banarasi dupattas, embroidered and netted fabrics, as well as plain solid colours. You will also find a collection of soft coloured cloth done up with intricate gold designs that you can stitch for a reception or party. If ethnic wear isn't really your style, don't worry as they have floral prints that we think will make super pretty sundresses too.
Skin Affair The Leather Shop
Tucked away in Chenoy Trade Centre, Skin Affair The Leather Shop is where you must go for exclusive leather goods. From handbags and wallets to laptop bags and duffel bags, shop your heart out here.
Ramesh Watch Co.
One of the oldest watch stores in Hyderabad, Ramesh Watch Co. is where you can treat yo'self to something exquisite. Find brands like Tissot, Rado, Titan, Fastrack, Fossil, and more. They repair your watches too.
Balaji Designer is known for its kurtas and readymades. Ikat and Kalamkari were placed in almost every section of the store and we loved their sequinned dupattas. But here's the thing - one really needs patience to spot the pretty stuff because they've got basic stuff as well. For college wear, the plain kurtas with ikat jackets are quite fetching.
From lehengas to elaborate anarkalis, Adaa never shies away from experimenting with colours. They've got ethnic maxi dresses too. So, save up and shop.
Neeru's Ensembles is where you can shop a wide range of sarees, anarkalis, lehengas, and more. We quite swear by their ready-to-wear lehenga sets and silk sarees. Done up in brocades and Benaras silks, the variety is great and the prices are affordable too. The only downside is the lehengas come with rather simple (or small) dupattas.