Brace yourself! The winter chill is back in the air and if the previous winters in Delhi have taught us anything, it is the fact that it’s about to get seriously cold for the next few months. Winters in Delhi can be the best thing ever, that is if you have the right clothes for it. Clothes that are warm and make you look good at the same time. However, each visit to a shopping mall costs a bomb to us. Boots, Jackets, Sweaters and Blazers are all super expensive in the season and for those of us who are making it possible in a shoe-string budget, desperately need more affordable winter shopping solutions.
If you too are on the looking for affordable winter shopping Delhi, then read on as we list down for you places that you must check out for it.
Affordable Winter Shopping In Delhi gets a new meaning. A small distance away from Connaught Place and the Janpath Metro station on the Blue Line, Janpath Market is truly an easy on the pocket heaven for winter shoppers. There are a plethora of shops in the market that sell the trendiest blazers, jackets and sweaters which are available to you at affordable rates. Most vendors will quote a steep rack rate but put your bargaining skills to good use and join the fun. If you can’t get what you are looking for take their numbers and ask them to call when the next batch of clothes arrive, this will give you heads up because the market is always flooded with people who will buy the best clothes of lot before you.
While you are at CP, it is also advisable to check out the underground Palika Bazar too. All you need to do is take an F block exit from the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. Palika Bazar and the vendors outside it may not be able to help you with some quality winter shopping but whatever they offer is seriously amazing in terms of value for money. One can get winter boots, sweaters, stoles and woollen tops at steal away prices here.
Lajpat Nagar Market is in the south of Delhi and can be reached from the Lajpat Nagar metro station on Violet line. The market is a gold for female shoppers as it encompasses many stalls & stores selling all kinds & designs of clothes. In the winters, one can get extremely good bargains on quilts with beautiful prints, sweaters & shawls & everything that pertains to winter. The market is huge and you need a minimum of 3-4 hours to completely scan it through and make the best purchase decision but anytime you feel tired take a load off and do enjoy Dolma Aunty Momos which are a next level delight in the Delhi winters.
It is often said that no one comes back from Sarojini Nagar Market empty handed and reason behind it is that the market is very affordable and here one can get the most valuable things at dirt cheap prices. Reaching at the Sarojini Nagar Market is easy too, just get off at the INA Metro station on the yellow line and board one of the autos heading here for INR 10 only. The market has almost everything one needs to sail through a fashionable winter- woollens, warmers, clothes, stoles, shawls, jackets and everything else and that too at affordable prices. You are bound to come back from here overloaded with shopping bags!
Kamla Nagar in Delhi is situated next to the North Campus, University of Delhi. It contains a spacious market on a long stretch of road with shops on either side and in the adjacent lanes. The market has stores which stock both Indian and International brands. While the market is surrounded by leafy and broad avenues dotted with the famous colleges of Delhi, the market itself is crowded and busy at all times.
Everyone loves to own branded stuff but not everyone can afford it. At the GK M-Block Market you can get the branded clothes for winters from brands like Vero Moda, Zara and others in affordable price range. How you ask? Well, because the clothes here are imitations from the brands and not the originals. Also, known as the Paisa Vasool market amongst youngsters, the market is a must visit for people who like branded stuff but do not want to splurge that much.
Majnu Ka Tilla is a popular shopping destination in North Delhi for people who want to buy Tibetan shawls, stoles, jewellery and jackets. We must tell you at the outright itself that the market is a little far but your visit here will be worth it as the streets here are not that crowded which can help you make a wise decision of what to buy. Bring you bargaining skills to good use here and walk away with a smile on your faces.
December means weddings and weddings means more shopping and hence, Chandni Chowk has made it to our list of places to visit for affordable winter shopping. In the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk you can find almost anything and everything, from heavy embroidery shawls and stoles to vintage leather jackets & scarfs. The place is truly celestial for those who believe in spending the right amount of money for quality clothes that will stand the test of time. Although, it is always advisable to enter the market with someone who knows the lanes inside out otherwise you are bound to get lost here. However, a quality shopping time is guaranteed anyways.
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