A few of the ladies getting into the Bombay Bridal Boutique in Jackson Heights, Queens, are searching for one thing easy. However again, Savita Chugh, the store’s owner, stated, “Sometimes they need large amount of bling.”
Ms. Chugh can accommodate them, whatever number of glow and shine they seek. Her tiny, clean store shimmers with sequins and gold in just about every part. Mannequins model India’s latest appears: skirts and blouses in peacock azure, antique red and crimson, and dupattas that are scarflike in crystals — everything heavy with velvet boundaries and step-by-step in silk brocade.
Bombay Bridal, nestled in Jackson Heights’s minimal Asia, devoted to Roosevelt Avenue and 74th Street, started attempting to sell old-fashioned wedding attire into the neighborhood’s Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities in 2004. (suite…)