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Fabindia opens 1st outlet in Belgaum
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Oct '11
India's largest private retail brand of craft based products - FABINDIA, announces the launch of its 144th retail store in India and its 1st outlet in Belgaum on 29th September 2011. Located at Angol, the Fabindia store offers an exclusive collection of garments for men, women and kids, jewellery, personal care products and organic foods.

In garments, the store stocks an exciting range of Indian and western wear which includes kurtas, churidars, patialas, salwars, pyjamas, shirts, tops, skirts, tunics, saris, stoles and dupattas perfect for both casual and formal wear. The clothing line beautifully combines stylish cuts and designs with traditional hand block prints, embroideries and weaves from all across the country.

To complement your garments, you can explore Fabindia's range of hand crafted jewellery comprising ear rings, necklaces, bangles made with materials like terracotta, ceramic, silver and semi precious stones, available at the store. The jewellery range adapts a variety of age old jewellery making techniques, materials and crafts to offer unique designs that express your individual personality.

Complete the look with the wide variety of bags available at the store. The bag collection highlights various traditional craft techniques like hand embroidery and block printing besides the interesting shapes and sizes that appeal to contemporary sensibilities. You can choose from an assortment of classic, structured clutch bags, slings and potlis available in natural fibres such as silk, cotton and bamboo

Besides garments, jewellery and bags this new outlet also offers personal care products like soaps, body wash, shampoos, scrubs etc and an assortment of organic foods.

Fabindia Overseas Private Limited


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