There's no denying that summers are all about those loose get-ups and light fabrics. If you're looking for something of that sort, look no further than Fabindia cos they've got an amazing offer this summer. You should definitely head there as the offer isn’t just any other sale. Here, you'll get upto a massive 70% off on pretty much everything.

Sounds rather fictitious, doesn't it? But, hey, it's actually true, so don’t miss out on this amazing offer because who knows how long it might last.

The early summer sale comes at the perfect time to stock up on the airy summer kurtas. I mean, can you even have enough kurtas? The add on here is the 70% discount. The sale is great especially for students and young adults as you can get the amazing quality clothes without burning a hole in your pocket.

Fabindia is well known for their quality of fabrics and their wide range of fashionable styles. For anyone looking for the perfect summer attire, Fabindia is a must visit. The best part about this pre-summer sale is that it isn't restricted to any particular style. The sale is on for almost everything in the store.

So gather all that cardio energy for shopping and settle on the right type of khaki you want to buy this summer. The massive discount is not your everyday bargain and it's definitely an offer you can't refuse. Lucknowites it's time to rush to your nearest Fabindia store.

Though Fabindia's major portion of products is textile based they also offer home products, organic food products and personal care products. The brand is really well known for its ethnic apparels and they are no less than graceful and ethnically modish so don’t forget to try out their beautiful khaki kurtis to step up the trend this summer.

Also, do look out for their jewellery section because their silver jhumki earrings are going to give you a major FOMO if you don’t buy them. The products range from kitchen linen, cotton kurtis, hair oils to organic honey so there is nothing you wouldn’t find in their stores. This place is the one stop for all your shopping needs.

The offer is available in the outlets mentioned below:

I) One Awadh Centre, 2nd Floor, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar,Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 226010.

II) Hazratganj, 9, Rani Lakshmibai Marg, Near Gemini Continental Hotel, Kaiserbagh Officer's Colony, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226001

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