At the paramount of local handicraft, Mrignaynee is famous for its handmade silk material and addendum to it are numerous clothing varieties. More often than not, Mrignaynee is the go-to place for classic stuff.
An Idiosyncratic collection of Silk, Tussar, Chanderi and Maheshwari sarees and outfits, Indore’s Kilol is a hotspot for those who seek authentic Indian ethnic dress material.
Shopaholics are going to drool over this mall. With an exclusive Paris Hilton’s bag outlets and many other big brands like Pepe Jeans, UCB, Wills Lifestyle, C21 is shopaholics’ heaven.
Indore’s cloth market is one of the biggest markets in Madhya Pradesh. One will get a variety of cloth materials, dresses for weddings, sarees and everything in bulk- therefore making it cheaper yet exclusive.
Sarafa Gold Market, Indore-
A gleaming gold market in the daytime and Indore’s favourite place for street food- Sarafa is an exclusive gold market. Shops here are as old as this market and facilitate top-notch selection.
Maheshwari Sarees, Maheshwar–
These sarees are among the finest in India. The art and fabrication were introduced 250 years ago. There’s a unique element to these sarees; the reversible border known as bugdi.
The famous Mhow market-
It is known for its smocking embroidery, always in talks about its leather products, nailing the interiors of many houses with the range of wooden furniture, and not to forget all Paintings. No one can buy just one!
The city of temples has a plethora of assortment when it comes to tribal metal wares, bamboo articles, pottery and deities’ statue. Go grab some!
A very big retail store chain in Indore that runs across the city has more than just different options to offer. From kids to adults, one will find everything in here. On the plus side, it’s not just apparels but many things that might come in handy.
This market is for all the labels addict. Here you will find all the exclusive branded outlets like Nike, Lee, Arrow, Van Hussein, Allen Solly, Grasim, Woodlands etc.