List of Indian Brands Which are Cheaper and of High Quality that You Should know about

List of Indian Brands Which are Cheaper and of High Quality that You Should Definitely look forward to while Shopping.

 

Every time we go to a party or a get-together, we encounter some people ‘showing-off’ which all brands they are wearing and how much does it cost. But there is something they and some of us don’t know is that some of the best brands are of Indian origin. Brands like Allen Solly, East India Company, Amrut Single Malt, and Royal Enfield, are ‘Made in India’. Let’s introduce you to some internationally famous brands of Indian origin.

• Anokhi

The roots of this ethnic brand lie in Jaipur. Skilled craftsmen and artisans were invited and were made to settle in this city. Just like in their tradition, Anokhi maintains a very honest and transparent relationship with its craftsmen and employees. It has more than 200 stores in India and aboard. Their designs have a base of Indian handicraft and tradition mixed with a little contemporary touch.
Starting price for Kurtis: 1500/- INR (Approx)

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• Da Milano

It is one of the premium, high-end leather accessories and home furnishings brand. They have the finest leather products painstakingly processed – and the most premium Italian fittings. Because of which they are proudly endorsing their products with a lifetime service warranty. From belts to handbags, their iconic designs and style reflect luxury and class.
Starting price for handbags: 3000/- INR (Approx)

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• Monte Carlo

This brand is a product of Oswal Woolen Mills LTD. They specialize in woolen apparels for both men and women. Due to their farsightedness and the passion towards their work, Monte Carlo is proud to say that in the branded woolen wear segment, they enjoy a market share of more than fifty percent. Though they’ve not gone globally yet, in the coming years they are planning to launch themselves in the international market.
Starting price for sweaters: 1800/- INR (Approx)

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• Flying Machine

This brand has the most fashionable and amazing denim. Leaving brands like Lee and Levis, Flying Machine is actually flying and giving some serious competition to other brands of this segment.
Starting price for denim: 2500/- INR (Approx)

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For those who love to go for Brand Name :

Here is a quick list of clothing brands which are India- Based and they might come as surprise to many. You can go for them if you really want that impressive tag on your shirt to steal the show.

Allen Solly
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Allen Solly describes their clothes as ‘Friday dressing’, or chic office wear. It is a subsidiary of the Aditya Birla Group and licensed under Madura Garments, so yeah, all those trousers, shirts and wallets are all made right here.

Peter England
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One of the largest menswear brands in India, Peter England has a name so English it’s almost as if you automatically grow a stiff upper lip. In reality, It is part of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle, a division of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.

Louis Philippe
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Louis Philippe is a premier brand of men’s apparel that is inspired by King Louis Philippe, who was King of the French from 1830. The brand is totally Indian however, launched in the country in 1989 and owned by Madura Fashion and Lifestyle.

Why do we have to run for other international brands when we have some of the best products being manufactured here in India? These brands are excelling in their segment as they have the best style and designs which are so niche and quirky just like today’s fashion. The manufacturing quality is world class and lets’ face it. When can you get the same look with a ‘Made in India’ brand, why go for anything else?

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