Shopping online is not a scary affair anymore in India. Usually you receive what you ordered, even from categories like beauty, fashion, and so on. Here are my top 5 websites to shop for fashion in India..
Ek baar Amazon try to kar.. hoke befikar!
I always used to find this jingle funny.. almost like Amazon is begging visitors to try them out. That was a little disconcerting. But when I tried it finally, I discovered great deals on clothing and accessories and all things fashion. Use the app (mine is iOS) or the website.
Usually Flipkart is my go-to guy. The search tool is really good, and I love the ping service which lets me message my husband to ask his opinion before buying anything. I like to use the app more than the website.
By the way, if you’re unfamiliar with a brand name, look for customer reviews, or just keep looking. Don’t rely on unfamiliar brands.
I love that Limeroad has a personality. It’s THE place to get answers on how your favorite actor pulled off that fabulous look. However, the website itself doesn’t work properly on my MacBook, which is a bit of a drag. So please use the app if you’re in the mood for some retail therapy.
Their newsletter is good too – good general advice on fashion and style.
All about Fashion or ABOF is almost like Limeroad, though ABOF prefers to show firangi models instead of our desi ones. The products are arranged so artistically into different looks, you won’t give much thought to the lack of big brands in this portal. No app though, as far as I could tell.
The marketing of koovs.com is memorable with the models throwing themselves off from the tops of buildings and staircases, and diving into clothes while getting to other destinations without going SPLAT! on the ground.
The collections found here are quite different from those found in the above 4 portals, so give it a try too!
The best part about shopping online is there’s no sales-person to hound you down the aisles and force you to buy something, anything just to exit the shop. So go ahead and indulge in some quality “me-time”.
This is not a paid review, simply a post based on personal experience on which websites to shop for fashion in India.
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