Best Shops in Chennai for Kurtis

Fabindia

Fab India is a fine retail store for ready-made garments at affordable prices. Hand-woven and hand printed textiles is the USP of this exporter-turned-domestic retailer. Traditional craft-based techniques, natural dyes and contemporary designs lend an authentic look and feel to the salwar-kameez, skirts, tunics, shorts, stoles, Churidars, Patiala-style salwars, dupattas, jackets, shirts and sarees. It is here that you can pick up a chic skirt and top with traditional Indian block print – it sure gives a modern, yet ethnic touch. Long and short kurtas with beautiful ethnic prints in a variety of colors and textures are the greatest attraction. Kurtas in mull (very soft cotton) with prints, (vegetable dye block printing technique from Andhra Pradesh) in linen with exquisite embroidery and in silk cotton and Chanderi cotton that is breathtakingly beautiful. Match them with normal salwars, Churidars or Patiala salwars. They have a wide selection of dupattas available in Chanderi cotton, cotton, silk and wool. True saree lovers will exult over the stunning Chikan, Tussar and Maheshwari sarees in woven silk and cotton prints, even if the prices are steep – upwards of Rs. 5000. A kurta costs about Rs. 400, while prices of skirts and tops, start at Rs. 700 and Rs. 500 respectively. The brand is now being extended to a select range of hand-crafted jewellery, personal and skin care products such as soaps, shampoos, conditioners, pure oils, moisturizers and organic foods – pulses, flour, seeds, seasonings and herbal teas
  • +91 9382390005

If you simply adore ethnic wear and are always on the quest for the prettiest kurtas around, we have shortlisted fab india for you!

This multi-product store in Mylapore has on display comfortable kurtas for both men and women. You can pick one to suit any occasion as the need be. Their beautiful range of ethnic collection varies from everyday wear to festive wear. You are sure to fall in love by their beautiful prints and also the variety of colors and textures.

What makes these kurtas different is the way their fabrics are made with traditional hand block prints and source directly from the weavers

Also, these kurtas come in mull (very soft cotton) with prints, (vegetable dye block printing technique from Andhra Pradesh) in linen with exquisite embroidery and in silk cotton and Chanderi cotton.

You can pair them with normal salwars, churidars or patialas to brighten up your look for all occasions. You may also choose to mix and match them with a lovely dupatta as well; your options are chanderi cotton, cotton, silk and wool.

keyboard_arrow_up