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Which is the best offline place for ethnic shopping wear?


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If we talk about the offline markets for fashion wear, Delhi is known as the Mecca for shopping.

Indeed, Delhi houses a host of boutiques and fashion houses that are owned by big and talented designers have a particular place and features in imminent fashion magazines.

When I was searching for the perfect ethnic dress for my brother’s wedding, my friends suggested me a number of boutiques, out of which I found these three the best:



Many big names, before becoming big, have retailed their designer dresses at Ogaan, which started its journey from Hauz Khas and is now all over India. It offers you ethnic and Indo-western dresses ranging from khadi to handmade, handloom, luxury, couture and bridal collection.

House of Ombre


Although not as big as Ogaan, or any other flagship, House of Ombre is the habitat of little quantity but higher quality ethnic wear. If you are looking for your bridal outfit, you got to go and check this place out.

Rahul and Anushka


This is now a globally influential brand. They started their journey with Lakme Fashion Week, and went up to rocking India Premiere London Fashion Week. Having showcased their talent in home and abroad, RNA is now a major name when it comes to ethnic fashion.


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