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On Mother’s day Shoppers Stop accepts old saris for underprivileged women

On Mother’s Day, May 12, Shoppers Stop is inviting women to donate their saris and help the underprivileged. A good condition wearable sari will be sent to women to wear. Unwearable cotton saris will be used for making reusable cloth sanitary pads. Non-usable saris will be shredded and woven into quilts, mats and multi-purpose reusable cloth bags.

Customers who contribute by giving away old saris will get pampered with exclusive services like photo shoots, zumba sessions, nail arts, foot massage, hair styling, master classes and makeovers from leading beauty brands and exciting offers in-store.

Shoppers Stop has an omni-presence across offline and online retailing. Currently, it has a footprint of 83 large stores spread across 39 cities in the country along with an e-commerce website, m-site and mobile application. Shoppers Stop also operates 12 Home Stop and 115 specialty beauty stores along with 83 Crossword book stores. The brand offers brands spread across multiple categories including apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, artificial and fine jewelry, footwear and personal accessories. The spring/summer collection from Shoppers Stop’s private brands Kashish, Haute Curry, Stop and Fratini Woman has a wide variety of collection to choose from. Customers can also enjoy up to 40 per cent off on select styles in watches.

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