There have come in some new names in the apparel retail sector in our country this year. Not that they’re absolutely new to retail but they’re not like the same old wine in a new bottle! They’ve improvised on fabrics, they’ve given fashion staples a whole new dimension and now, they’re taking the online route to be just a few clicks away for you to take advantage of!
Find out everything about these online stores that are raving the fashion scene with a tinge of tradition and oodles of oomph like never before!
AJIO –> Handpicked Fashion at handsome prices
The Ambani’s have launched their e-commerce venture early this year with Isha Ambani as the Executive Chairman heading it. AJIO’s bang band entry at the Lakme India Fashion Week is a cue to the fact that their collections are priceless and ageless in spite of the contemporary first look. With an enviable array of brands like The Wooden Closet, Qupid, Closet London, Point Zero and Knotty Derby, the entire fashion landscape at AJIO looks like a wishlist already.
Their honest mix of showstopper outfits and sought after classy ensembles with the hints of casual and campus cool selections goes on to say that Isha Ambani surely loves fashion over everything else. Now, you can enjoy the best of fashion brands with these steal-a-deal AJIO coupons.
TATA CLIQ –> Designer Labels at Jaw Dropping Prices
The century old business house finally entered the fashion e-commerce space this year, and voila, have they been burning the streets already. With a whole line of designer clothing lines by the who’s who of India’s fashion, they make for the perfect ‘go-to’ for being red-carpet ready always. Browse through collections by celebrated designers like Satya Paul, Vikram Phadnis, and Manish Malhotra and raise a toast in style!
The shopping experience at Tata CLiQ is said to be ‘phygital’ meaning that it combines the best of both the worlds of retail. Recently, Tata CLiQ started the “The Little White Dress” trend where they collaborated with contemporary fashion bloggers like @JuhiGodambe, @santoshishetty, Shereen and Kayaan and brought the house down with their distinct ways to wear a white lace skater dress in their own style.
NNNow –> Where Aesthetic Meets Funky
A flourishing textile merchant chose the online + offline route to bring in videsi clothing labels at our desi doorsteps. Exhibiting statement outfits one after the other in niche fabrics and jumping from street fashion all the way to the ramp, NNNow has turned the heat up over ethnic and western fashion embellishments like they were born to do it.
NNNow is distinct because they offer the direct links between offline fashion stores and an expansive web platform showcasing collections by ace fashion designers like ANS Aisha and Sidharth and Jayati Goenka. Not just that, NNNow houses international labels like GAP, GAS, Nautica, Ed Hardy, Calvin Klein and Doodlage. And to add more to the celebration, here are fantastic NNNow offers you can’t afford to miss!
JayPore –> Revisiting Tradition The Contemporary Way!
What happens when young independent women want to be boho chic and choose ethnic pieces to flaunt their attitude? That’s what Jaypore offers to you, silks, pucchampallis, kalankari embroidery and unapologetically Indian-made accessories in metal, wood and tribal designs that speak of Indian tradition with poise and substance like never before.
The ethnic ensembles, daily wear ethnic tops and home furnishings they’re currently offering are a match for every Indian homemaker who looks for class and aesthetic sensibilities at the same time.
Abof –> Street Style At Straight Prices
Another industry major, the Aditya Birla Group too made an entry into the e-commerce bandwagon to utilize the major potentials of the Indian online shopaholic population. They’re rolling out chic and glam maxi-dresses, sequined dresses and classy leather jackets in their recently launched collections.
If you haven’t tried them already, this is a good time for you to know these stores like at the back of your hand so that the next time you want to steal the show, you know where to source the requirements from. 😉