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FabAlley’s new collection makes a lasting impression on customer’s minds

FabAlleys new collection makes a lasting impression on customers mindsThe Fall/Winter ’19 collection of online fast fashion brand FabAlley promises to offer customers coveted looks for every occasion. The collection, titled ‘Free Fallin’, offers a mix of timeless prints, feminine designs and bright colors that add more versatility to the consumer’s closet. It is emblazoned with jumpsuits, maxis, off-shoulder tops, lacy dresses and midis in timeless and chic styles such as stripes, floral prints and polka dots. “Beautifully dipped in autumn hues of dreamy blue, deep wine, soft pastels and striking grey, black and mustard, each outfit of the collection has a personality of its own,” explains Shivani Poddar, Founder of the brand. “Whether bold, modern, glamorous or minimalistic, the collection offers something for every customer of the brand, tapping into all of their moods and leaving behind a wonderful memory of the occasion they are worn for,” she adds.

Feeling blue gets a whole new meaning with the brand’s new fall FabAlleys new collection makes a lasting impression on customerscollection as it’s cheeky off shoulder tops and effortless jumpsuits served with all-season denims give the entire collection a playful blue spin. “It combines the elegance of the 50’s with the red coolness of the 70’s and the pop cuteness of the 90’s,” Poddar says. “Inspired from the runways and blended with the brand’s directional signature, the collection is apt for the multi-tasking woman who seeks versatility in her every day fashion choices,” she states further.

Making online shopping convenient

As it is physically impossible to check out all latest fashion trends from various brands in the same day, online shopping has gained much popularity. “It’s more convenient, time-saving and offers a wider variety. It also lets you compare prices across websites. From Instagram and Facebook to Google and scanning through several online fashion stores, the options for browsing are endless,” she says. To make online shopping easy and convenient, Faballey door step delivery and cash on delivery. “In case a customer does not like the product purchased or has size issues, he can easily avail of our ‘Return, Refund and Exchange’ facilities,” she adds.

Exclusive ranges by designers Masaba and Alia

One of the best online fashion stores in India, FabAlley also offers an exclusive range of ensembles designed by the renowned designer Masaba. “The Misprint collection by Masaba exhibits eye-grabbing tops, bracelets, flared trousers, Bodycon dresses, and sandals in offbeat prints and designs that will surely sweep our customers off their feet. Similarly, the Alia collection, imbued with classic and contemporary detailing, is perfect for the new age women,” adds Poddar.

However, the brand’s offerings are not just restricted to clothing. It also offers a cool range of accessories. “From stylish bags to beautiful scarves, cool sunglasses cute hair accessories and swanky jewelry, we offer the best accessories for you,” says Poddar. Apart from these amazing products, the brand has a smart collection of shoes for women that include peep-toes, flat sandals, lace-up sandals, strappy flat sandals, block heeled sandals and wedge sandals.

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