Known for its bridal and festive wear, this clothing shop showcases wide variety of traditional, party, fancy Indian clothes.
It is three storied, dedicated to lehengas, gowns, stitched, semi stitched fabrics.
Ranging from a minimum of 5k to maximum premium wedding attires.
The staff are very attentive to your needs and honest in their recommendation.
From picking to try hauls to billing, staffs with you.
They have their own alteration team who makes the service quicker for customers.
There’s no room for discounts or bargains as prices and fixed.

Definitely a shopping worthy place!

chetan desai

Loved the choices and selection at Fazals. My family was able to buy three different types of pieces. Samreen was very attentive and helpful. She made sure the alterations on two of the pieces were perfect and fully finished. Will definitely be back

Samika Kikkeri

When it comes to wedding or party wear, first shopping destination trigger my mind is Fazals
The staff, ambience and collection is incredible and afforable.
In my recent shopping salesperson Muskaan, was very patient and humble in showing us the varity and alhumdulillah we had purchased 2 gowns and a lehenga.
The tailoring is just amazing,masha allah it gives the perfect body fit.

Nafiza Syed

Blog Posts

The saree, a quintessential Indian garment, is a mesmerizing epitome of grace, tradition, and timeless beauty. This blog explores the significance of sarees in Indian occasions and weddings, delving into their rich history, regional variations, and the emotional connections they evoke in the hearts of millions. The origins of sarees can be traced back thousands of years, with references found in ancient Indian scriptures and art. Over the centuries, this six to nine-yard drape has been an integral part of Indian culture, symbolizing femininity, elegance, and cultural heritage. Sarees hold immense significance in Indian festivals and celebrations. During religious events and family gatherings, women adorn themselves in resplendent sarees, adding a touch of grandeur and festivity to the occasion. The play of colors, motifs, and intricate work showcases the artistic brilliance of Indian craftsmanship. Indian weddings are incomplete without the grace of sarees adorning the bride. The bridal saree, often in red or other auspicious colors, symbolizes love, prosperity, and a new beginning. Intricate embroidery, zari, and beadwork embellish the saree, making it a treasure of memories to be cherished for generations.
Lehenga Choli: A Timeless Icon of Indian Fashion The Lehenga Choli, a stunning three-piece ensemble, epitomizes the grandeur and elegance of Indian fashion. This blog celebrates the significance of Lehenga Cholis in Indian occasions and weddings, delving into their historical roots, cultural importance, and the emotions they evoke during these momentous celebrations. The origins of the Lehenga Choli date back to ancient India, where it was worn by royalty and nobility during grand celebrations. Over the centuries, this regal attire has evolved, incorporating regional influences and artistic craftsmanship to become a vital part of Indian culture and traditions. In Indian weddings, the bride’s Lehenga Choli takes center stage, symbolizing purity, prosperity, and the beginning of a new chapter in her life. Typically adorned with intricate embroidery, sparkling sequins, and rich fabrics, the bridal Lehenga Choli exudes grandeur, making the bride the epitome of elegance on her special day. India’s diverse cultural landscape is reflected in the various styles of Lehenga Cholis across different regions. From the ornate Rajasthani Lehengas with mirror work to the delicate pastel-hued Lehengas of Gujarat, each variant celebrates the unique heritage and artistic traditions of its place of origin.