Mumbai and shopping go hand in hand for most, and if you’re new to the city or just need an birds-eye perspective on the cloth markets to visit, keep this list handy.
A Stitch In Time: Visit These Cloth Markets In Mumbai For All Your Fabric Needs
One of the biggest cloth markets in Mumbai, Hindmata market is a long stretch of fabric shops with both big showrooms and small hole-in-the-wall tailor shops one after the other. Here, you can find almost anything on a budget, and spend a day there. Read this to know about one of the shops we recommend in the area.
Located right next to South Bombay’s Crawford Market is the fabric hub – Mangaldas Market. Here, you will find a lot of different types of fabric material at wholesale rates – from cheap sari materials to lehenga cloth as well.
Near Sion’s King Circle is Gandhi Market – a whole hub for cloth materials as well as ready made garments catering to cheap as well as high end budgets alike.
Manish Market is Andheri’s go-to for everything ethnic. From gotta to borders, ready made blouses, basic cloth materials and more. Check our guide to the market here for more details.
Natraj Market in Malad is a budget shopper’s heaven, as you get everything from tiny buttons and sequins to large cloth fabrics, dupattas, blouses and more. If you want to get your outfits made there, there are local tailors sitting outside the shops who are ready to alter your ready-made buys, or make something from scratch for you.