Cotton Collection, Colombo
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Address: 143 Srimath Anagarika Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Cotton Collection, Colombo
If you're young and your wallet is heavy, and especially if you're a woman or a young girl, then you could easily spend an entire day going crazy at this apparel complex. Most items are colorful and casual, perfect for an upscale beach party. Shawls, shirts, pants, kurtis, jewellery, handbags, shoes - everything is funky and flashy and chic. There is a men's and kid's section too, but it's a very limited collection. But for a Sri Lankan hipster girl, there is nowhere better to shop. There's a tiny food court outside the premises.
How To reach Cotton Collection by Public Transport
- Take a tuk-tuk, taxi, or local bus to here.
- Drive or walk to here
- Public Library Bus Stop
- Town Hall Bus Stop
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Cotton Collection, Colombo Reviews
Good range of clothing, good quality as well, lots of brand names for affordable prices. The crowd was overwhelming with barely any staff on the floor. Staff at the till were not very well equipt to handle the rush as well and were not very helpful. Will only recommend to die-hard shoppers who are willing to try on clothes over what they are already wearing.
The place looks good but its like seeing the usual suspects. Wanted to see pure srilankan cottons, batiks and styles but tad bit disappointed , saw lot of made in INDIA stuff. It can be better.
They have really nice clothes. Mostly cotton. But prices are very high. It's better to wait for the sale. Ground floor is mainly for ladies and promoting Sri Lanka. First floor is for kids and gents. They have few stationery items, bags and shoes.
Pretty good selection of comfortable but chic clothes at fairly reasonable prices. I personally come here to find everyday casual or semi-casual pieces and I typically love the short dresses or long tops to pair with leggings/pants. I also love the cropped tops and skirts and long dresses. However, the store also hosts higher end brands like Aviraté and Khaadi and linen pieces for customers seeking such items. Something for everyone.
Found Jension blue cotton tops. But prices are on the higher side. Like any other fashion clothing store they sell factory rejects. Only difference is sizes are properly marked. Prices are on the higher end.