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Best Shops in Delhi for Shawls and Scarves
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Delhi Markets: Shawls and Scarves
Ahujasons Shawl Wale Pvt. Ltd.- Karol Bagh
This shop is known for its exquisite collection of shawls, stoles and scarves in quality woollens like cashmere, pashmina, jamawar and kullu. Intricate Kashmiri embroidery, lace work and cross stitch embellish the soft fabric with colourful designs. Some of them carry Indian motifs and prints that range between the contemporary and the exotic. Plain stoles and shawls are either elegant in subtle shades or striking in eye-catching colours. Some others have minimal embroidery and are hence suitable day-wear, while others are transformed into fancy evening wear with a delicate sprinkling of sequins. Simple shawls cost between Rs. 3000 and Rs. 5000 each , while the superior cashmere and pashmina woollens with heavy embroidery cost a hefty Rs. 25,000 each. Mufflers start at Rs. 500 and go up to Rs. 2000 per piece.
Kate Spade New York
The renowned designer label from New York, Kate Spade has finally arrived in India, and they have launched their store in Select City Walk, Saket. Brought to the country by Reliance, Kate Spade New York’s store is all about the customary pop! Talk about bags, clutches, shoes, keychains, bracelets, earrings, neckpieces, watches, sunglasses, mobile covers and pretty much anything that falls under the ambit of accessories – they have it all. Their latest collection portrays a lot of floral motifs with hints of animal prints. There are satchels, shoulder bags, totes, crossbodies clutches, bagpacks and travel bag. Clutches and cross bodies with vibrant colours such as red, maroon and floral prints look very elegant. Also, the accessories are very chic yet quirky.
Goonghat stocks a range of colourful stoles and dupattas made of silk, cotton, georgette, chiffon and much more. The range is fascinating. They have stoles in Kota fabric from Rajasthan, stoles from Gujarat, Punjab and many other States in India. It is a small shop but the variety of dupattas they stock is fabulous. The prices are also very reasonable.
Phulkari (Punjab Govt. Emporium)
Punjab is in the northwest of India. The Phulkari textile is the most interesting item on display in the Punjab Emporium.The word phulkari literally means flowering. It is a form of craft in which embroidery is done in a simple and sparse design over shawls, dupattas, saris and suits. Phulkari hand fans, phulkari hand bags and phulkari dupatta and saris are always in vogue and are popular across the world. Sesham wood is a variety of rose wood. This is used with brass and inlaid work to make products like trays, gift items, tables, and stools. These other items are on display in the Emporium.
Pragjyotika (Assam Handloom)
Assam is a Northeastern State of India. A land of high rainfall, Assam’s biggest contribution to the world is tea. Pragjyotika – The State Emporium specializes in a variety of Assamese handicraft and handloom items and, of course, tea. The Emporium has a fine selection of attractive bamboo lampshades, baskets, magazine and letter holders, flower vases and trays. The handloom section houses very distinctive pure Assam silk saris whose prices start from Rs 6000. Muga silk is the main product of Assam and due to its low porosity, the Muga yarn cannot be bleached or dyed and hence its natural golden color is retained in the fabric. Others like Pat silk are usually in brilliant white or off-white colour. Eri silk, also known as Endi or Errandi, is soft and warm and is popularly used in shawls and quilts. Pragjyotika also have special bedcovers made from cotton and silk threads starting from Rs 500 per piece.
011 - 23344784
Visit Janavi in Delhi for exquisite designer shawls. This shop is touted as “luxe cashmere” and stocks fresh collections of modern pashmina shawls, wraps, stoles, scarves and what have you. Embellished with Chantilly lace, Swarovski crystals, metallic threads, tassels and pearls, Jyotika Jhalani’s creations are simple and beautiful. Saris, bejeweled clutches, beachwear, rugs… there is something different. Very different.
Tulsi by Neeru Kumar – Emporio Mall
Neeru Kumar is a senior textile designer & conservationist. She retails under the brand names Tulsi by Neeru Kumar She was one of the pioneers in promoting handwoven tussar, ikat from Odisha and khadi muslin from Bengal in the global markets of Japan & USA in the early 90s. She has created stylish ready to wear garments in Chanderi silk, cotton & Khadi. Shop for jackets, pants, skirts, tops & tunics in these fabrics.They have a wonderful collection of chanderi and ikkat saris. Dupatas, scarves & stoles form their accessories collection. They have an online presence as well. This is one of the best shops for casual garments.
011 4606 0975
It cannot get more exclusive than this. Wrap is a spacious shop for exquisite shawls, scarves, mufflers, stoles, ponchos, and capes. The pashmina shawls are part of an exquisite designer collection and are priced between Rs. 8000 to Rs.12,000 each . The wraps are in wool, silk, crepe and cotton and adorned with Indian prints, leopard prints, Kashmiri embroidery and lace work. The entire range includes plains, colored, sequin-embellished and embroidered shawls and wraps. The fabulous shades in each colour leave you speechless. Reds, pinks, oranges, blacks, blues and greens area all available. The elegant black and white combination shawls deserve special mention. The stoles and scarves have a price range of Rs. 2,000 – Rs. 6,000 each, while the prices of shawls range from Rs. 5,000 to Rs.10,000 each. The Kashmiri shawls cost Rs. 10,000 per piece. Winter wear like long woollen kurtas, silk kurtas, shrugs and thin coats are priced between Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 18,000 each. Wrap is a must visit if you are looking for exclusive gifting. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
011-26494104 / 26491025
Ramayana Retail store stocks a lot of accessories such as jootis. scarves, stoles and some jewellery . Jootis or Juttis are closed footwear with a pointed toe. They have no right or left distinction and they are flat soled . They are made with buffalo, camel or cow leather soles and with leather or textile uppers. Decoration varies according to the region and includes wool ,silk and silver embroidery. Juttis are worn in several States in North India. They are colorful and comfortable . In addition to jootis , Ramayana Retail has colourful silk scarves and stoles with typical Indian prints. They store some pashmina and semi pashmina stoles in winter. Silver jewellery with beads and semi precious stones are also on display in this shop. Thy have a good collection of chains, bracelets , earrings and rings
Telephone Number: 01129239606 Address: Landmark: Parking: Bus/Metro: Price Range:
Christina is a well known store that has branches in several Indian cities. They stock kurtas, stoles, jackets ,scarves & tunics. Their choice of fabrics is typically crepe , satin or georgette in elegant prints . They do not do any sequin and zardosi work. They specialize in casual wear chic garments made up in understated tones, which would typically appeal to western sensibilities and the cosmopolitan Indian woman. The average prices range from Rs 3000 to Rs 12000/ piece. They also stock ties for men and accessories. For more such reviews, check out Shopkhoj
Panthoibo Manipur Emporium
Panthoibo Manipur Emporium review: Like most other Northeastern States, Manipur is also noted for handicrafts made up of bamboo and cane . Papier mache, collectible dolls, bamboo and cane work are also some of the many other crafts of this State. Products such as sofa sets, stools, mats, baskets, trays, flower vases, made from these raw materials are all available . Black Pottery is also famous in Manipur. Kauna is a kind of reed that mostly grows in wetlands and marshes. In Manipur, this is used for making mats, and cushions which can be used in the outdoors as well. The cushions are priced at Rs 1000/piece and the mattresses are at Rs 3000/piece. Other items worth a look are cotton and wwoollenscarves at Rs 250 /piece with the typical Manipuri designs in red ,white and black colours. Silk dupattas, that are made in Manipur with hand embroidery are all stocked in the first floor at the Panthoibo Manipur Emporium
H.P State Handicrafts & Handloom Corporation Ltd.
H.P State Handicrafts & Handloom Shop review: Himachal Pradesh, is a hilly State in the North of India , bordering the Himalayas. Its people have expertise in the fine art of spinning and weaving of wool and this is evident in the pashmina shawls and the thicker, more functional, brightly patterned woolen shawls that they […]
Carpets and shawls, from Kashmir! The sight of such shops makes one wonder how the shop owners know exactly what we want in one place. Go armed with superlatives and adjectives. Splendid, exquisite, great, fabulous, magnificent… such are the products on display here that you will fall short of words anyway. The sheer variety, design and size of carpets is unimaginable. The silk in the silk carpets are passed on from one generation to another… and hence many creations here have antique value. Woollen carpets, silk carpets, hand-knotted carpets – the basement is warm and comfy in the company of these carpets! The staff never tire of explaining the intricacies of carpet-making, the art of hand-knotted shawls, crewel and chain stitch embroidery… interesting. Clamber up to the first floor for another visual treat. … a surfeit of shawls made of wool, cotton, silk and linen. The beauty and softness of the pashmina shawl is simply unparalleled… it strikes you with the same wonder each time you caress it. These shawls and stoles come in beautiful shades with heavenly embroidery. The pashmina stoles wrapped around the neck looks elegant and is most comfortable. Woollen jackets with exquisite Kashmiri embroidery look absolutely marvelous. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
Telephone Number: 011 4123 2000
Ahujasons Shawl Wale Pvt. Limited-South Extension
Pashmina shawls, Kantha shawls Ahujasons Shawl Wale is known for its exquisite collection of shawls, stoles and scarves in quality woollens like cashmere, pashmina, jamawar and kullu. Intricate Kashmiri embroidery, lace work and cross stitch embellish the soft fabric with colourful designs. Some of them carry Indian motifs and prints that range between the contemporary and […]
Janpath Street Shopping
Janpath Street Shopping – Where to Go and what to Buy A must do when you visit Delhi, don’t miss the walk down People’s Path (Janpath). Shop for the cheapest deals in trendy and colourful cotton tops, skirts and evening wear. If you know how to bargain, you can bring down the prices to more […]