Romance The Monsoon with Designer Umbrellas from ‘The Bombay Store’

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Bombay Store introduces yet another exciting range of umbrellas. This monsoon, ‘The Bombay Store’ gives you an opportunity to display your fashion statement by presenting exquisite display of umbrellas in myriad hues ranging from quirky to vibrant colors.


Mumbai, MH, May 29, 2014 -(PressReleasePoint)- Bombay Store introduces yet another exciting range of umbrellas. This monsoon, ‘The Bombay Store’ gives you an opportunity to display your fashion statement by presenting exquisite display of umbrellas in myriad hues ranging from quirky to vibrant colors. You can now keep it stylish even in wet weather with funky and attractive designs that makes you yearn for rainy season to come all over again.

The new avatars of umbrellas include designs which are contemporary and quirky too. From Peacocks, which symbolizes monsoon, set in the backdrop of colorful motifs to the funky Urban Turban, which portrays different turban tying styles of India, these umbrellas are available in five designs, trendy patterns and vivacious blends of blue, beige, red, green and yellow. So take your pick and flaunt a new style statement this monsoon.

These attractive and stylish umbrellas come in two-fold, three-fold and straight styles and are available at all the outlets of ‘The Bombay Store’ at a price range of Rs. 625 onwards. You can also shop online at www.thebombaystore.com

About The Bombay Store:
In the early 1900s while India was still under the British rule, one of the strongest manifestations of mass awakening was the desire to patronize all that was swadeshi (Made in India). Great Indian patriots and businessmen like Lokmanya Tilak, Sir Ratanji Jamshedji Tata amongst others conceived Bombay Swadeshi Co-Op Stores Co. Ltd, which came into existence on 17th December 1905. It became the first retail organization to be listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. In the present age of globalization, the swadeshi movement has little significance. As the store now caters to an audience with a contemporary mindset, the brand was therefore rechristened in December 1995 as The Bombay Store.

With more than 30,000 sq ft of shopping bliss and artistically-lit interiors, today The Bombay Store operates out of 8 outlets in the high street markets and malls of major cities - with its flagship store at Sir. P.M. Road admeasuring 10,000 sq feet and other outlets at  Inorbit Malad, Inorbit Vashi, High Street Phoenix,  MG Road-Pune, Phoenix Marketcity – Pune, 1 MG Road, Bangalore and new addition at Phoenix Marketcity, Bangalore.

The Bombay Store is the one shopping destination that comes to the customers mind while looking for lifestyle products that are a perfect blend of contemporary and traditional techniques and art forms. The broad categories that The Bombay Store offers are: Artefacts, Home Décor, Fashion Accessories and Wellness.

The Company continues to focus on the theme of “Discover a New India.”  A store highly recommended by the Travelers’ guide “Lonely Planet” and being rated as one of the best shopping destination in Mumbai by Trip Advisor. The Bombay Store has also been awarded Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for 2 consecutive years now – 2013 and 2014. The accolade, which honours hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Only the top-performing 10 per cent of businesses listed on TripAdvisor receive this prestigious award.


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