Bangalore is a city that has n number of options for the perceptive bargain street shoppers. Be it colorful flower markets or the crowded second hand stores, there is something for everyone. The local street market of a city is something that can never be compared to anything else in the world. The joy of shopping gives an amazing shopping experience. The lively sounds, smells, and the wonderful sights of the city further make these shopping streets different from others. From clothes, accessories, to books, street food, medicines, flowers, and what not, Bangalore has a separate street market for everything that one would like to buy. Here is a list of 5 famous street shops in Bangalore where the shopaholics would love to go:
Most of the people will concur with the epigram “women’s fashion is much more diverse than men!!”. But who says accessories are for women only? Here are top 10 accessories that can add flavour and color to any outfit to fit the preferences of any men out there.
What is the greatest highlight of Delhi shopping? Many may answer, that shopping in the cosmopolitan Delhi malls has revolutionized the shopping experience. But the hidden truth is different. Though the city malls are quite attractive but in comparison to the charm and attraction of the Delhi street markets, it’s nothing. The most convenient proof of the statement is the overcrowded; jam packed areas of the age old traditional markets of Delhi throughout the year. One of such a traditional market is the Tibetan Market located on the western side of Janpath. From designer clothing to stylish accessories, home décor to Tibetan artifacts, footwear to woolen clothes get it all in best quality and that too in throw back prices. Seems unbelievable? Well not, the market is one of the most preferred shopping destinations in the capital city.
Mumbai is the City of Dreams for many and certainly a shopper’s delight. Where there are hub of designer shops ranging from Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Burberry to Versache , there are also lot of street markets in Mumbai where you can shop at the cheapest rates. These street markets are very crowded as one can find variety of items here, ranging from first copy of branded clothes, vintage items, Chinese gadgets, books and finger licking street food. Mumbai Street markets are a blessing for all the college going girls as well as the struggling actresses who don’t have much money to buy branded dresses for their photo shoots or celebrity parties. Here I am listing 2 Best Places to Go Street Shopping in Mumbai
Keeping track of what is in-trend is quite a task and it can be really tough to stay updated with what is on the shop floor. To refresh and pepper your season with the latest collection, here are the freshest Pre-Fall’ 16 collections straight from the runway. The leopard prints and pastel hues are long-gone. It’s time to welcome the belted dresses, nerve-wrecking T-shirt look and denim shorts to stuff your wardrobe for the coming season.
Everyone complains that Delhi is too costly but is it?? Really? The answer is no, it’s not!! If Delhi has luxurious Malls, best of restaurants then at the same time it also has some amazing street food and street shopping which starts from just Rs.10. So, if you are in Delhi and thinking of shopping at affordable rates, then below is a quick list of Delhi’s Best Street Markets for Girls Shopping.
Kolkata is the city of joy, where we find many shopping markets to fulfill our shopping needs. This crowded city provides us with many markets like New Market, Gariahat market, Chandni Market etc. In this blog post, we are going to explore in detail about New Market in Kolkata. This market stands on Lindsey Street and was established as a rich arcade to fulfill the shopping requirements of the British-colonist population of the city. As soon as it was opened at the beginning of 1874, it started attracting people from all over India, who spent money in the exclusive shops of this market.
As the new academic session begins, all are busy preparing for their first day of college. Where grooming and fashion is indeed a favourite pass time for all women, Delhi University freshers, as we expect, are all busy in rumbling through their closet to choose their trendiest garments. Market places like Sarojini Nagar, Janpath, lajpat are packed these days with “fuchchas” busy increasing their range of clothes.
Bargaining has never been my strongest suit. Yes, I’m a girl and I’m openingly admitting that I get cheated more often than not on most of my shopping trips. So if you face the same damn problem, then this video can become your ultimate guide when you’re heading to Sarojini or Linking Road!
The summers have arrived and so that the style should be changed! So I will tell you what are the do’s and dont’s of the season!!