3 Best Ready to Wear Collections: Origins, Nisha, Generation

Busy busy all the time busy. With so much busyness buzzing around the corner who has time to go to the market and buy unstitched fabric, then look for the bail; and gala, then come home and shrink it in case of lawn and then go to the tailor spend half an hour explaining the design to him and then wait for a week till you get your final dress.

Such an end product is time consuming, therefore I just love to walk into a store and come out with a bag.

And this is what most of the women are doing these days.

So when it comes to me for shopping ready to wear, following are my 3 favorite

• It is very reasonable
• Bright colors
• Very chic
• Suits everybody’s styles
• And the best part is they have many sale offers

2 years back nisha was on my number 1, but lately they are repeating the same cuts and prints there is nothing new and besides they have increased their prices pretty much high.
• But still it’s a trendy ready to wear outlet which can reflect your style

• They have a huge range, many colors, designs and cuts.
• A good collection of kurti to go along with pants and jeans.
But recently have been very disappointed with them
A bought a yellow kurta worth Rs 3000 and the first time I wore it the fabric ripped apart.
But they were good enough to exchange it.
However after much searching you will find something in Generation that suits your style.

Author: Kiran Kanwal

I am a freelance writer, I enjoy researching and writing about my city. There are so many new ventures opening up in the city, which I believe need to be reviewed honestly for the sake of spreading awareness and information among the citizens. Since there is so much happening in the city, I like to write about the "Good Stuff." Besides writing my other pleasures are healthy cooking and traveling.

One thought on “3 Best Ready to Wear Collections: Origins, Nisha, Generation”

  1. Well honestly I don’t know how choose , I sometimes like the top from one place and the trousers from the other 🙂
    But it’s easier now a days just get the top and wear anything underneath (tights, pants or shalwar )

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