These Stores In Hyderabad Will Totally Sort Your Dasara Shopping
Sorry for the cliche, fam — it's that time of the year — dandia nights, Bollywood music, Navratri celebrations, and dressing up in your best. Oh, you haven't started shopping for Dasara yet? Of course, there's time, but we recommend hitting up these stores in Hyderabad for lehengas, sarees, and accessories. Grab them when the stock is fresh and new, aye!
Smacked inside Next Galleria Mall in Punjagutta, Ethnicity specialises in ethnic wear for not just women and men but also kids. They've got cotton kurtas, indigo peplum tops, and breezy cotton skirts. The price range begins at INR 799 and can go as high as INR 2,500. Check out the palazzo pants and dupatta section if you love yourself a full ensemble. Complete your look with handmade earrings, bracelets, and neckpieces.
Taruni might have been your constant while growing up, and we still go here to pick anarkali kurtas or blingy lehengas. We love their range of half sarees that we usually find in their General Bazaar stores. If you have a tailor who stitches up a dress in hours, the dress materials at Taruni are quite beautiful too.
Kanchee Silks is an iconic 44-year-old store located on Banjara Hills Road No. 10. You wouldn't want to stop wearing the six-yard Kanchipattu sarees from this store, which sells sarees at wholesale prices. What will catch your eye instantly, as you step into the store, is an array of handloom sarees. Done up in colour combinations like pink and green or violet and orange, surely these are a refreshing change from the run-of-the-mill colours.
Tucked inside City Centre Mall in Banjara Hills, Rangriti makes beautiful and casual Indian wear for women. Whether you're looking for tunics or kurtas, and even jewellery that can go well with them, you're never running out of options at this store. Love peplum kurtas or jackets? Spot them in both bright and subtle colours. The store has bottoms like leggings, palazzo pants, trousers, and skirts too. To pair your kurtas with dupattas, they've got plain and elaborate dupattas and stoles.
Popular online store — Craftsvilla has opened its first flagship store in Sarath City Capital Mall, and this is where you can go all out and about. The store claims to bring in fresh designs every day, and as you step in, the first thing you'll notice is a wide range of lehengas. Say hello to sequins and motifs. Prefer kurtas this season? Along with a few festive ones, we found the cotton pieces and coordinate sets to be much better. While you are at it, don't forget to check out oxidised metal jewellery. In fact, their gold-toned jewellery like jhumkas, and chandeliers are a steal.
The H Label says it’s made to flatter, and we think some of its designs can truly do that. Located in Punjagutta, this is a designer label that specialises in anarkalis, ethnic capes, and sarees. But its fusion wear is also worth eyeing. Surely you can pick something lovely for your dandia nights. Whether you’re looking for anarkali suits, lehengas, or saree blouses, you can head over to the specific section. If you’re interested in mix and match, pick a skirt with an elaborate work and match it with a crop top.
Artisans Bazaar At Ogaan
Of course, how can we not talk about Artisans Bazaar? We're hosting this awesome shopping pop-up with Ogaan where you can shop from over 30 indie designers. From Pero and Dhruv Kapoor to Cord and Kora, there's so much to shop from. Save the date (September 21) and head over to #ArtisansBazaar2019 for a shopping spree like no other. Ladies, it cannot (and won't) get better than this.