We're sure a lot of you women out there head to Metro Plaza if you're on a budget but really need clothes to wear (because we can never have enough of them!). In fact, not just because the clothes here are so much cheaper (especially if you're good at bargaining!), but they're super trendy and fashionable too. And most of them keep plus size apparel. The options are way too many, so, we've picked some of the best ones to make your job easier. Read on.
Casual & Office To Party & Function Wear: Check Out The Best Shopping Stores For Women In Metro Plaza
Parked right at the entrance, Reena Shree stocks all kinds of western wear for women. Tops, skirts, hot pants, jeans, palazzos, dresses, crop tops, pants and shirts, this store has it all. Get your hands on trendy jackets and sweaters for the winters. They also keep a huge collection of kurtis, leggings and stoles.
Located on the ground floor (shop number 1056, 1045, 1046), Talking Threads has three stores - one for Indian wear and the other two for western. They have kurtis, palazzos and leggings in the first shop and western wear like tops, jeans, jackets, straight pants, skirts in the other two shops. They are right opposite each other so you won't have to look around much.
Shapes N Curves
This shop is where you head for party wear. They stock really cool tops, shirts, dresses, jackets, capris, kurtis and palazzos. The kurti collection is particularly impressive - lots of bright colours and prints perfect for casual or office wear. Pair them up with leggings available in different colours and sizes. Prices start at INR 900.
If you're looking for light function wear or something for an engagement or mehendi, then head to Suji's. They stock the usual Indo-Western and western wear too but you'll also find a limited range of function wear. Their collection of kurtis are perfect for office wear. For bottoms, you'll get stuff like jeggings, capris, hot pants and palazzos. They've got hoodies and jackets too.
This one has stores on all floors of the market and there is nothing that you won't find here. The shop on the ground floor stocks western wear and Indo-Westerns. From tops and kurtis to jackets and pants in stripes and checks, you'll get everything. The shop on the first floor has tunics, gowns, crop top and skirt-lehenga sets, long dresses, gowns and straight-fit kurtis - mostly stuff that you can wear to parties and functions.
Baaghicha - A Lady Shoppe
Baaghicha is on the second floor of the market and majorly stocks t-shirts, shirts and kurtis. You'll also find jeans and denim jackets. The t-shirt prints are quite quirky, we must say. The kurtis are available in mostly floral prints, striped or checkered. Most of it is made of cotton and is perfect for casual or office wear.
Nu Gravity is again a haven for western wear if that's what you're looking for. Tops, kurtis, dresses available in different kinds of prints - floral, stripes, checks, abstract besides other designs. You'll get bottoms and skirts too. Denims, jeans, palazzos, straight pants, hot pants and stoles.
This one does only western wear - think party dresses, fancy tops, skirts, crop tops. You'll get enough options if party wear is what you're looking for. They also stock leather jackets and knee-length coats in case you wish to buy trendy winter clothes. You'll also get capris, jeans and different kinds of pants.
Located right at the entrance, Shubham is where you should head if you're looking for night wear and lingerie. From bridal night gowns to night suit sets, they have everything. You'll also find swim suits, jogging pants and other kinds of sports wear and lingerie - bras, underwear, sports bras, tummy tuckers and all that jazz.
Head to Sushila Boutique if you're looking for Indian wear. This one does sarees, blouses, salwar suits, anarkalis, dupattas, kurtis and Indo-western long dresses. A lot of them have beautiful embroidery done on them. Clothes are available in different fabrics like cotton, silk, chiffon and georgette among others.