Another place to check out this sale season

Another place to check out this sale season

By Dipavali Hazra | | 9 January, 2016

Have you checked out the sale at every shop and portal and are still itching for good bargains and even better clothing? Then, Zumbasa is the place for you. Albeit, you may not find dirt cheap deals but the clothes and accessories that the website sells sure do look good. Launched in 2014, Zumbasa is creating a niche for itself in the women’s fashion market. The young company handpicks fashion clothing and articles exclusively from brands like Ballerina, Ladyfinger, and for the first time in India it has coupled with International brands like Bettie Page (Las Vegas) and Miss Rebel (London). It is also working towards bringing in more brands in India on its platform.
The website is neat to browse through. The homepage directs you to its most attractive offers — from products on sale to its fresh arrivals. It covers all the fashion essentials for women: a range of clothing options, including beachwear, and accessories like shoes, sunglasses and jewellery, but no watches though. Once you select the category you want to shop in, you are directed to the desired page where all the filters appear on a panel on the left side of the screen. Here, you select the size, price range and colour of the product you want to purchase. The compare feature is helpful too. Prices tend to be on the slightly higher side: at the starting range of Rs 350-500 you find funky neckpieces, earrings studded with stones are sold for Rs 600 and above, sunglasses begin at a reasonable Rs 700, while shoes and dresses go for Rs 1000 above. The collection is feminine, selective, and explores a variety of fun prints and styles. Zumbasa promises delivery in 2-5 business days and products can be returned within 14 days of purchase. The company, founded by Richa Gupta, will also launch a mobile app soon.

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