Hello World 🙂 I am back after a nice break and in full swing at work but yet not going to control my excitement for my Birthday month (all you November babies, I definitely think we are the coolest). While I am making my wishlist and even pampering myself (shopping) I got some help from Lavanya who decided to put down a list of Top 5 Online Clothing Sites in India and here is what she feels:
Busy lifestyle pushed us to take things online. Then why should fashion be an exception for that? And that’s how online fashion stores emerged. The progress was so quick and immense that you don’t see many fans of physical shopping. We could say that the discomfort and dislike towards dodging crowds in malls also is a contributing factor to this online shopping revolution and we bring you the best five Online clothing stores in India!
Myntra grabbed a lot of attention through its quirky advertisements, featuring Abhay Deol and Ira Dubey. The store, although started as a personalised gift store, it quickly shifted to apparels and was instantly successful. Myntra has a vast collection of clothes and shoes for both men and women. You can find everything you want at Myntra. Be it ethnic wear or western wear, shoes, jewelry, scarves, shoes and more. You can also get home decor from Myntra. The best part of Myntra is, there are high discounts even on favorite brands like Forever 21, Vero Moda and Dorothy Perkins, and you will not burn a hole in your pocket in the process of making your inner fashionista smile.
The recently launched Tata Cliq already garnered loads of attention, mainly due to the brand name, which is trusted from years. Tata Cliq promises for the perfect shopping experience, and we can’t deny that. The store has apparels for both men and women, including shoes and accessories. Indian wear, western wear, shoes, electronics and appliances too are obtainable. And as promised, everything is affordable and easy, what with multiple continuous discounts from Tata Cliq to its customers.
Launched in 2011, Craftsvilla became the face of the ethnic wear, for it hosted brilliantly beautiful handcrafted clothes and handlooms. The brand vigorously promoted campaigns to preserve the Indian culture and tradition. Everything traditional is available at Craftsvilla. Anarkalis, embroidered kurtis, Handcrafted Sarees and Lehengas, jewelry, home decor and beauty/lifestyle products are all obtainable. Get your Indian swag on with Craftsvilla.
Another Aditya Birla venture, with the ingenious tagline ‘All about fashion’ was launched a year back and it is already in the race, progressing at a rapid pace. The promotion of the brand is done by superstars like Shahid Kapoor and Virat Kohli, so we now get an idea about how high end the store is! However, the prices are still affordable. Abof is highly reputed for its Kurtis, and the buzz is all about the fusion wear these days. Another factor for the store’s success is due to the reasonable prices and the exclusive Abof offers, like the Rs.500 off for the new users, which will save your pocket from getting bankrupt.
Launched in 2012, Jabong still continues to be one of the leading fashion stores in India. Famous for its trend blog ‘The juice’, is a must-visit before you shop, as it really is your ‘ultimate style guide’. Jabong offers apparels, shoes and accessories for men, women and kids. Ethnic wear, western wear, accessories and the jewelry, all of them are unique, and you don’t have to worry about the quality, for they are checked twice. You have clothing from international and indian brands as well. Choose your pick and rock it!
So, shop till your heart’s content without moving from your comfortable couch and Pyjamas. Bring out your inner Rachel Green!
Lavanya Pallapi is a blogger, who loves reading both contemporary fiction and classics. A coffee lover, avid reader, fashionista and a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe. Proficient at chick-lit posts. Up for a good laugh and a modern day woman who lives her life to the fullest.
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