Who knew the power of Miniso? Since the time it has arrived in India, any Miniso store is always packed, busy and... God! What a storm it has caused! But we’re not going to complain because we love shopping here. If you’ve been living under a rock, Miniso is a store that has everything, quite literally. From everyday products like storage pouches, card holders, food containers, tableware to items for personal use like stationery, perfumes, eye masks, fashion accessories like slippers and wallets and even digital products like headphones, speakers among other things. You get the drift? The brand was co-founded by a Japanese designer and a Chinese entrepreneur and has opened so many stores across India that it has quickly become a crowd favourite. And, why wouldn’t it? Because who doesn’t love mini products in pastel colours that are affordable. Their offerings will remind you of items from dollar stores in Hong Kong and Japan, primarily because they’ve been designed to. But if you need a guide around Miniso (because you’d honestly want to shop the whole store), we’re here to help. We loved their perfumes, some of which are priced at only INR 300 a bottle. If you love cooking and love buying things for your kitchen, definitely pick up a pan in a pastel colour, it will also make for great Instagram photos. Their stainless steel noodle bowls are also something that’ll make a great addition to any home kitchen. If you travel a lot, pick up their travel storage bag under INR 500. It’s ideal to store your underwear or beauty products and other knick-knacks that you might lose. There’s honestly a lot you can buy here without crossing your budget. If minimalism and pocket-friendly rates are your style, this is your kind of store.
This Miniso Is Ideal To Shop At If You Love Things Cute & Cheap
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better
Definitely check out their fragrances for personal use. While the prices of perfumes are of course affordable, you’ll also find a variety.
How Much Did It Cost
₹500 - ₹1000
Best To Go With
Family, Big Group