Can women ever have enough clothes? Hell no! Having more than enough clothes is a fictional phenomenon in our lives. A woman’s life is a vicious circle between having too many clothes and no right dress for today. With our hearts always torn between whether to buy the fresh stock or to go for dresses on sale is already a well known story. The misery story doesn’t end here.
Stocking up your almirah with right proportions of ethnic and western wears, is one problem which has remained unsolved since ages of our grand-moms. Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could redo our wardrobe without a hush of increase in our budget! Sounds like a dream? Well Ladies, get the answer to all your shopping quests in these 5 markets!
Karol Bagh / Chandni Chawk / Dilli Haat – New Delhi
Laden with touch of culture and ethnicity, the streets of Chandni Chawk serve the perfect blend of traditional Indian and western draping. An extensive range of stitched and unstitched fabric makes it impossible to strike its name off a shopper’s list. While these markets places overflow with ethnic wears they don’t cease to surprise us with an equally wide variety of western designs. If you are in hurry and need to shop both the genres of clothing, this is the right choice baby!
Fashion Street/ Linking Road- Mumbai
The city of Divas is always ahead of the contemporary markets to transform you into the much sought after celebrity look within your budget. The crazy part of shopping at Fashion Street or Linking Road involves a merry stroll across the whole market giving you a plethora of choices from every strata of style. So make sure every time you head to these markets you are carrying a bigger shopping bag than usual!
Commercial Street / Chikpete- Bangaluru
This is the market which makes us count on Bangaluru. Commercial Street qualifies as an entry to the shopper’s list because of its versatility of the clothing sold. A range full of apparels with high style quotient with both the touch of semi-ethnic and western is what you can expect from this market.
With a soaring demand of Mysore Silk never going down , this market stays flooded with people of varied ethnicity. While Commercial Street works with retail Chikpete offers a place for bulk orders. With a majority of youth visiting these markets, it has become a perfect spot for weekend hangouts.
New Market / Sudder Street – Kolkata
Whether a tourist or not, if you are visiting Kolkata and have a desire of buying a fabric souvenir, New Market is the place for you. The markets of Kolkata re sure to give you some serious Silk saree goals. Sudder street is known to be the college goer’s shopping paradise for all right reasons.
Offering a range lying anywhere between affordability and exquisite tastes, these markets are ideal for both the ethnic and western clothing. So if you get a chance to explore these markets make sure you carry cash instead of plastic money and maybe your best friend!
Hazratganj – Lucknow
It is unlikely to find a market in Kanpur with an equal quotient of two different variants of clothing. Both ethnic and western fabric markets converge for customers in this place. Hazratganj needs no introduction with the beautiful designs of chikankari as its unique offering. The elegant taste of this city marks its presence in both traditional and cultural outfits. If you an ambitious shopper this market has got a lot in store for you!
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