BIBA- Lajpat Nagar

Products :- Salwar Suits  

Address :- 60, Ring Road, Adjacent Mahindra's Showroom, Lajpat Nagar III, New Delhi, Delhi 110024

BIBA Lajpat Nagar

Mrs. Meena Bindra, launched the first BIBA collection in 1988 from Mumbai. Today, the brand has over 90 exclusive stores in 40 cities. It is also available in large format stores such as Shopper’s Stop, Lifestyle, Pantaloons and Central.

Salwar Kameez Trends

Biba Lajpat Nagar offers a variety of salwar kameez, churidhar sets and lehenga sets for women. The dresses are colourful, ethnic and trendy. They stock traditional salwar suits and anarkalis in chanderi, cotton and silk, with traditional embroidery and a bit of glitter. Colourful shararas with Zari embroiedered kameez are a perfect buy for the festive season. Stylish crinkled dupattas are paired with ethnic suits to add a touch of style and glamour. There is also a separate collection of dresses designed by Rohit Bal. Zardosi worked full sleeves short blouses paired with knee length crinkled dresses are a show stopper. They come with a Rs 26000/piece price tag.

Salwar Kameez & Lehengas for Kids

The Biba Lajpat Nagar store also stocks ethnic dresses, such as salwar suits and lehenga pieces, for two-to-twelve -year-old girls as well.

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