I love shopping in Chennai and had covered two events namely Lime Soda Pop Up and Pehnava so that you can shop your heart out next time you are shopping in Chennai.
I attended one more event named Style Bazaar curated by Sheetal Jain. Style Bazaar is a premium sale cum exhibition and this time it took place at Hyatt Regency on 8th-9th January 2018.
Style Bazaar featured the most awaited Spring Summer Collection by various designers across India. Designer clothes, Jewellery , Accessories, Footwear, Beauty Products, Gourmet, Home Decor all categories under lifestyle were available under one roof. Every product exhibited left me in awe.
What I liked is the variety of choices. The stores were all mostly new and unique. I have not seen them in any other shows. The collection was really trendy and eye catching. I myself shopped a lot of items like earrings, sandals, chocolates etc. There were designers from various parts of our country and not just one state. Most of the stores accepted credit/debit cards which is another plus point.
Style Bazaar Exhibition always brings the the best of Festive and
Wedding Collection for one shopping in Chennai. Honestly, I am overwhelmed with the shopping experience at Style Bazaar! Thank you for making my shopping special.
Here are my favourite stores at Style Bazaar:
Shubham’s Zari: They are the biggest manufacturer of Gotta Patti, Zari Laces & Zardozi Embroidery Work in Jaipur.
The Wishing Room: I loved their Contemporary serveware with Agate/wooden stone handles. They had some nice juttis, ethnic potlis and fun scarfs.
Handmade Adda: Look out for their all natural beauty, skin care products. They showcased items like Organic Soaps, Camphor Cones, Easy Diyas, Agarbattis, Camphor etc.
Chocoholic: Based in Purasawalkam. Try Sheetal’s Mouthwatering yummy treats like cup cakes, home made chocolates. So many flavours like mango, kiwi, lemon, Rose etc. to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Fooba: This store sells a range of newly designed accessories like bags, clutches, jewel slippers, stilettos and wedges.
Jeet Creation: They had oxidized silver kind of jewellery and wedding accessories made of stones with a bling.
Monika Art: They had a tantalizing collection of bangles of various types.
Reina Indore: I liked their kurtas and salwar materials in vibrant colors.
Sunflower Mumbai: Loved their collection of dresses, sarees and lehengas with intricate detailing.
B9 Studio Mumbai: The stored I loved the most. The sellers (mom daughter duo) were super sweet as well. I liked their eclectic mix of modern, creative earrings at affordable prices.
Sanaa’s Teracotta Jewellery : Hats off to the excellent craftsmanship with Clay. Absolutely loved the designs and colors. That Ganesha one is my favourite. This Brand is based in Chennai.
Valarie Thailand: This particular store sells imported jewellery like bags, earrings, neck pieces, nose pins etc. The collection was bit different from the rest.
There was one Coimbatore Brand (Forgot store name): I loved their line of quirky, fun, stylish blouses.
A few other designers who displayed their collection were Golden Weaves from Delhi, Design and Style Chandigarh, Tulips from Bangalore, Kashmir Handloom, Shiks from Kolkata, Nidhi Daga Couture and Vibrant from Jaipur.
I love Chennai and shopping in Chennai. I will definitely cover more events to help you with your choices and for choosing the right shopping destination. Stay Tuned !!