So you’ve joined the social media’s tirade against Myntra for advertising in bad taste! Even if you have used the #BoycottMyntra hashtag, the fact remains that there are few alternatives to Myntra’s affordable collection. Or so people think!
NearFox presents this amazing list of shopping hubs in Mumbai that have mind-blowing collections at stupefyingly low prices. Which means should you resolve to shun online, this list will come in handy – prices here give the likes of Myntra and Jabong a run for their money! Take a look!
Fashion Street, Fort
What is in a name? Well when it comes to Fashion Street- everything!It is literally a street lined with the hottest picks of the season. The ultimate shopping destination is home to over 200 stalls selling a wide range of western clothes, accessories, bags and shoes. Dont be surprised when you get latest fashion brands (first-copies) steal prices!
Linking Road, Bandra
Do you spot trendy clothes, colorful accessories and fancy footwear, and then let me tell youre probably in Bandra Linking Road. The street gives you a number of choices tostock up your wardrobe in style that too without hurting your pocket alot. The place is haven for clothes, belts, accessories and street food! Post shopping dont forget to try the Paani-Puri at Elco or the Shwarma at Carters.
Colaba Causeway, Colaba
At a stones throw distance from Gateway of India is Colaba Causeway, a street flooded with fashion stuff and antiques. This place is home to funky accessories and antiques, and you can also find funkykey chains and lockets with your name written on rice. This market is often referred to as the most expensive market because it attracts tourists by the dozen. Moreover every shop you enterhas fixed rate board. But dont panic just keep in mind the mantra and bring down the prices.
Hill Road, Bandra
Located in the queen of the suburbs is a shopping paradise called Hill Road with the stretch filled with tiny street stalls. It is a hub for shoppers who want to get their hands on trendy apparel and funky accessories, that too at dirt-cheap prices. From caps to belts, sunglasses to watches, denims to dresses you can find everything on your list here.
Lokhandwala Market, Andheri
One of the most happening suburbs Andheri is home tovarious roadside stalls which sell jewellery, apparels and household knick knacks. Take a stroll in the market and dont be surprised to find shops selling replicas of popular high end brands.
Chor Bazaar, Grant Road
If you are passionate about shopping and interiors then you should surely visit this magical land called Chor Bazaar. Flanked by antique shops that sell anything (here we mean literally anything!) from old vehicles part to crystal chandeliers, from Gramophones to English tea sets, wooden carvings, statues, silver coins, engines, you name it and you get it! But before that brush up your bargaining skills or get ready for a ride by the shopkeepers. Pro-tip: While bargaining never say that you are out of cash as some vendors here accept credit cards.
Tired of having to run all over the place to check off your shopping list, then head to Irla Market the one shop stop destination where you may find everything under one roof. There are 5 major Alfa stores. Alfa 1 deals in food supplies, 2 in electronics, 3 in home decors and DSLRs, 4 in formal clothing and 5 in mens wear.