It's a lookalike of those commercial work plazas in and around Andheri Station but you should not miss out on the saree and salwar brands that are a part of Swastik Plaza. Very close to Juhu's True Tramm Trunk, this one will sort you out if you're looking for designer sarees and anarkalis. Read on.
Love Indian Wear? Then Swastik Plaza In Vile Parle Is Where You've Gotta Be
Are you a fan of authentic bandhani prints and are looking for cut pieces, or pretty sarees? Because Vanza Sons in Vile Parle (and Santacruz) is our go-to store for this weave. And when you visit the shop, you'll know exactly why we recommended this to you.
Who doesn't love the grandeur of her lehengas? This store has it all, quite literally. You'll find rich maroons and reds, pastels, lime, and a lot more varieties and colors when it comes to picking the right piece of lehenga for the big day. They've also got the prettiest gowns (in case you;re looking for one for a fun cocktail party) Disclaimer: Its Archana Kocchar, so you know you've got to visit them when your account's loaded.
Another favourite for off-white lehengas, Jesal Vora really aces it in blacks, whites, and golden. Oh,and if you always go gaga over Rekha's look at Filmfare Awards, get your hands on their rich Benarasi sarees ASAP.
Saarang's known for its simple cotton sarees and salwars kameez pieces, that are both for daily use and to rock at a party. In comparison to the other brands we've recommended here, it's affordable, and the quality isn't bad at all. And if you're a saree collector, they've got chanderi, bandhani, silk, and paithani, then this one's the right place for you.
Anarkalis, gorgeous salwaars, cut pieces at affordable rates, and sarees. That's like your whole Indian wardrobe game sorted. Ulka is that one store that gives you an endless variety, without burning a hole in your pocket.