Trunk is one of the latest stores to check out in SoBo. Shalvi Mangaokar tells you why the store is not worth a miss
I entered Trunk with very high expectations. Being located at Woodhouse Road, I was pretty sure it wouldn’t be just another store. And I was right. The store is approximately 1,300 sq. ft. big and it screams style. I walked in to take a look around and I was pretty excited looking at all the products on offer.
Trunk, owned by entrepreneur Pratik Sheth, is quite interestingly done up. Yellow lighting, clothes displayed perfectly and ample space to walk around — not once do you feel that it’s over crowded. The store manager Mariya Khanji is sweet and rather helpful. She will willingly show you around and help you pick up garments of your choice.
Trunk has labels from across the globe and it has a huge collection of clothes for both, men and women. The store also has clothes by Pakistani designer, Zaiena Haider. Her dresses are certainly worth a look. I personally liked their collection for women a lot. The dresses were pretty, with nice designs and cuts to suit the body.
They had a good variety of tops and denims too. The collection looked fresh and high-end and their chic designs with different colour combinations caught my eye. From sexy dresses to funny tees, the store seemed to have it all.
Besides, they also have a good range of accessories. In fact, Trunk has everything you would want to complete your look. This international retail store certainly has all the required elements that a store would need to be in the good books of any shopaholic.
Trunk currently has an on going sale which means, you would need to hurry up and get there to pick up all the interesting merchandise before it’s sold out.
All in all, I felt that it was well done up and had a great collection. The prices seemed a bit steep, but the quality and designs would probably make you want to indulge in shopping at Trunk.
Where 67 Sea View Terrace, Woodhouse Road, Opposite Chiragh Din Showroom, Colaba
Price Accessories, `1,000 onwards and Clothes, `1,500 onwards