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Shopping in Mumbai: The Absolute Guide For Wedding Shopping

December 22, 2017
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Ticking things off your wedding shopping list is a major hustle. Owing to an exclusive variety and no tactical plan, you often end up anxious at the end of your wedding shopping. But worry no more, as we bring to you a perfect guide to go wedding shopping in Mumbai.

Read through the below shopping guide prior to going for wedding shopping:

The Triple Treat

Mangaldas Market, Zaveri Bazar, and Bhuleshwar, together three neighboring form an interesting trio sought by a multitude of people for wedding shopping. These markets are capable to provide you with anything you are searching for your wedding. Of the three, Mangaldas Market is infamous for fabric and clothing. One can find a plethora of saris from a varying range of budget suiting your needs. While the Bhluleshwar market with over hundreds of shopsyou can find everything from saris, jewelry, lehengas and pooja thalis. Zaveri Bazaar is the largest jewelry hub and is deemed as the biggest diamond market of the city. You will find pieces of jewelry here on discounts and offers, both affordable and amazing.

Crawford Market

Termed as one of the biggest wholesale markets in Mumbai, Crawford market is the best place to go for wedding shopping. Lohar Chawl is an amazing shopping lane in Crawford market for buying stunning wedding decorations like gift items and props. Other shopping lanes in Crawford Market such as The House of Cane and New Bombay Bag Corner specialize in bags, gift articles, and other products.

Hindmata Market

If you are looking to go shopping for dress material, lehengas or saris, the Hindmata Market in Dadar is the right venue to cater to your needs. You will find wedding boutiques and stand-alone shops for fabric material. The bestpart is that you can bargain the prices of the materials. So, find traditional saris, salwars and much more at a cheap price amidst a huge variety.

Manish Market

Located right below the Metro station in Four Bungalows, Manish market is well known for borders, embroidery, and latkans. The market is filled with a large number of tailors who can stitch pretty well. To give your fabrics a makeover is quite easy with the help of these tailors. Tirumala Designers located in the Manish market are popular for their lace and embroidered fabric.

Juhu Tara Road

If budget is not a constraint, then you probably should head out to Juhu Tara road. It houses a beautiful collection of some of the best designer saris and lehengas handcrafted by the top-notch designers such as Satya Paul and Falguni. The fabrics and clothing found here are of a contemporary style and unique designs as opposed to the traditional variety you come across.

Natraj Market

Situated opposite the Malad Railway station in the west side, Natraj Market is popularly known for the variety it offers. From traditional wear to jewelry, Natraj Market offers everything one seeks for a wedding. The market though is popular for its saris and dresses. With shops such as Roop Sangam and Palkhi Saris, Natraj market is every wedding shopper’s dream come true.

The above-mentioned areas will prove as a useful shopping guide for your wedding shopping. So, use the guide and make shopping an easy affair.

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