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Street Shopping Delhi

Street Shopping Delhi

Delhi has a pool of student population aka as the bargain hunters who would prefer walking down the streets of the flea market for those crop tops and flared pants rather than going to Zara or Vero Moda for exactly the same stuff. Because of the budget constraints, the fashion freaks make it a point to visit some of the ultra-chic, uber-cool and colourful flea markets. Step into a pair of denim shorts, a cool t-shirt and some funky flip-flops and hit these five famous markets in search of your fashion junks.

1. Sarojini Nagar
The Mecca of street-shopping. This place needs to be visited for leather bags & chappals, pretty georgette tops and accessories. You would be welcomed by mini crowds of people from all the possible directions but don’t lose hope and bargain till your last breath.
Nearest Metro Station-INA

2. Janpath
The heart of Delhi offers a variety of handicrafts, antiques and branded showrooms for the fashionistas to take inspirations from. Janpath has been always known for junk jewellery, kolhapuri chappals and bags.  Do not forget to grab a bottle of cold coffee from DePauls to beat the heat.
Nearest Metro Station-Janpath/Rajiv Chowk

3. Pahar Ganj
Not many of you might be aware of the quality of leather products sold in this market. From Roman chappals to gladiators, they have it all. They also offer customised footwear at reasonable pricing.
Nearest Metro Station-New Delhi Railway Station

4. Kamla Nagar
The market can be referred to as the ladies high street shopping center. A one-stop solution for all that you would be looking for.
Nearest Metro Station-Vishwa Vidyalaya

5. GK-M Block
Well ladies, I know you might have been eagerly waiting for this particular market. Each & every woman roaming around the streets here is well aware of the trending fashion. LV handbags in one hand and polythene bags from the shopping in the other is a common visual.On-shelf or Off-shelf, my purchase has never been short lived.
Nearest Metro Station-Kailash Colony

Picture Credit – Digicpix

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