What you see — Also
in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad has a wide range of designer wear, from Rohit Bal, to Ritu Beri, Reena Dhaka to Anand Kabra and
more. Attractive display of stunning masterpieces which one usually sees on the ramp, glitter right in front of your eyes. Artifacts, jewelry, accessories etc entice you to pick up at least one before you leave.
What you get —
Kurtis or tunics, which are fast moving, this summer are available at Also. The white soothing classic kurtis start from Rs. 1,000. These are elegant ensembles that would catch the eye of any fashion monger. In fact, the ideal way to beat the heat is with cotton kurtis with self print, slight embroidery and thread work. Salwars are available too from Rs. 2,000 onwards.
We also see grand sarees for weddings
, functions, party wear, and other occasions too. Heavy brocade, zardosi, Banarasi and Bandhini works are heart-stopping. Cuts, styles, designs and color combinations suggest extraordinary patterns from exclusive designers. And to go with these sarees, embroidered blouses (all sizes) are available too from Rs. 1,250 onwards.
There are also paintings created by famous artists along with designer bags, says Kavita Jalan, the owner, who is basically from Kolkata but settled in Hyderabad. Kavita says, every piece comes as an inimitable style, but once it goes into the market, they lose their copyrights as many imitations mushroom rapidly.
Apart from clothes, their designer bags are a huge craze among the college goers who are their loyal customers. We also spot junk jewelry from Suhani Pittie and Vinita Pittie from Rs. 600 onwards.
Our verdict —
Like the name of the boutique, even after you pick up one or two, you would be tempted to buy the third ‘also’! MetroMela recommends the trendy Kurtis
. The boutique also has season specific exhibitions where exclusive creations are made available at affordable rates. So watch out for those. Parking space is available and customer support is fine.
Anytime between –
10 AM – 8 PM (Weekdays)
11.30 AM – 8 PM (Sundays)
By Sailaja Kumar