Festive Special: Top 5 Budget-friendly Markets for Ethnic Wear in Delhi

Top 5 Budget-Friendly Markets for Ethnic Wear in Delhi that will serve as best for your festive collection

The Indian culture is a plethora of diversity and traditions and that is what makes India complete. Festivities bring love, sweets and a big opportunity to wear and flaunt traditional dresses. It starts from Chania Choli and other Bengali dress with Navratri and Pujo and remains on with amazing Indian traditional wear till the end of the year. With so many varieties, how can anyone resist themselves from shopping? So, are you ready?

Dear ladies and gentlemen, we know, the festive season is a bit heavy on pocket. Obviously, your budget cycle gets disturbed throughout the season. So, to help you out, we have listed the top 5 Budget-friendly markets for Ethnic wear in Delhi. Here you can get the amazing traditional collection at budget-friendly rates.

Budget-Friendly Markets for Ethnic Wear in Delhi that will serve you with the best for your festive collection

1. Sarojni Nagar

If we are talking about flea markets, there is nothing better than the Sarojni Nagar Market in South Delhi. A lot of people live with this misconception that Sarojini Nagar is all about cheap and bad quality products. Well, that’s not true. It is cheap, no doubt but to buy quality, you should get that quality to identify the best quality. Sarojni is one of the biggest fleas and you really need to roam a lot to find the best ones. But to be honest, it will not disappoint you.

2. Chandni Chowk

The Chandni Chowk market is one of the oldest and “meant for ethnic” market. You can not really say it is very cheap but it gives you price worthy things. People, from all over India, come to Chandni Chowk to enjoy the richness of ethnic collection of Delhi.

3. Janpath and Tibetian Market

Are you a Boho freak? If yes, Janpath is the place where you need to go. Janpath, along with Tibetian Market bring the best of boho collection. Dupattas, skirts, kurtas, jewellery etc. All of it at cheap prices.

4. Karol Bagh

A so-called elite market is not really that elitist but is a blend of brands and flea. You can find brands like FBB and Westside parallel to the long flea selling commodities at just 200 bucks. This market is a wrap.

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5. Lajpat Nagar

How can we forget to count Lajpat Nagar in this list? Lajpat Nagar is the hub for ethnic wear. In fact, you will find the newest and trendy clothes at Lajpat Nagar. So, don’t forget to visit there.

Shopping is always fun especially when it comes in your budget. This festive season, visit these markets and enjoy their ethnic collection. Also, do thank us later for the same. Happy Festivities!!

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Ishika Aggarwal

Can write, shoot, listen, talk and procrastinate. A feminist at heart, Ishika is an avid writer and multimedia person who loves talking about women, realism, and society. When not working she is either seen watching films or making one.
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