Diwali fashion and accessories gala at SAMAIRA

Attributes: Exhibition

Start your Diwali with a bang, by getting rid of your old wardrobe and ringing in the new with a fashion and accessories gala comprising of three exhibitors all set to showcase their paraphernalia at the newly opened SAMAIRA EXHIBITION GALLERY on 20th and 21st October between 10:30 am to 8:30 pm, at A1 NRI Tower, Opp. Hotel pride, Judges bungalow road, Bodakdev.

BABLI CHHAWCHHARIA
Indulge yourself in a special shopping experience by basking in the glorious festive array of indo western gowns, kurtis, accessories, torans and many more; with each piece more breathtaking than the other, guaranteeing that you look your jovial best this Diwali.
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RUCHIRA MANDORA
Every festive look needs a little finishing touch, and corroborating this is Ruchira Mandora with her eye catching Real stones jewellery to upgrade your shine quotient to the utmost, making for the perfect accoutrements to all your festive outfits and dos. Along with this, her candles and diyas are unlike any other; and surely going to light up your little world perfectly! Can’t wait, can you?

RAINDROPS
Clothing by raindrops brings to you a flattering range of flowy profiles, jaw dropping colours and patterns and unique cuts to ensure that you stand out from the crowd this merry making season.  Draped in upbeat designs and an amalgamation of the old and the new, these articles are surely going to take your breath away.

Head down to SAMAIRA now and entice your senses with the bright range of goodies and shop for all your Diwali requirements under one roof. What are you waiting for?

 

Date: 20th and 21st October
Timings: 10:30 am to 8:30 pm.
Venue:-Samaira Gallery, A1 NRI Tower, Opp. Hotel pride, Judges bungalow road, Bodakdev.
Contact: 9978529793. 

 

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