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Delhi Markets: Kurtis
Prapun is a store in South Extension .They are wholesalers in handloom sarees and fabrics from Bhagalpur in Bihar for the past several years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhagalpur Their original shop was in the South Extension Shopping Market. They have recently relocated their shop from the main South Extension shopping Market to the interiors. This was due to the new ceiling laws by the Delhi Municipal Authorities. Their clientele includes designers and boutique shops . They participate in a lot of exhibitions.
The first boutique shop with the Ruqz brand of ready to wear dresses was opened in Lajpat Nagar Market in June 2018. They have one branch in Haridwar. The clothes are designed & manufactured in Nehru Nagar where their manufacturing facility is located.
It was a cute little shop with a splash of orange on the wall. There was no bridal couture . On display were colourful kurtas and Kolhapuri chappals(sandals.) This was especially relevant .
The Pakistani kurtis and pants collection was especially lovely. What stands out is the detailing – either on the sleeves or side slits or the hemline which have a contrasting design or fabric.
Raw Silk Emporioum
The Lajpat Nagar Market is a crowded and noisy shopping Market . You can shop for anything from paper flowers and fiberglass fountains to bridal lehengas and imitation jewellery.
BIBA in Kamla Nagar
Biba for ethnic dresses Salwar kameez dresses The ethnic Salwar Kameez is a very popular garment. While it is a dress typically worn by the North Indian girls and women, it has gained a lot of popularity in South India as well. The traditional dress in the South has been replaced with the North Indian Salwar kameez. Today, the salwar kameez is accepted as the most comfortable Indian dress. Party wear Salwar Kameez in Biba Biba offers a great variety of Salwar Kameez for party wear. Ananrakli salwar kameez which has the long floor length gowns is a great buy . Straight pants and Plazo pants with short and long kurtas are all available . Biba has some fresh styles and designs that are contemporary and colourful . Yellow, orange, pink and green colour salwar kurtas with minimal zari and sequins work look wonderful. They average price would be Rs 6000 to Rs 8000/piece. Casual wear Salwar Kameez There is a collection of non party wear salwar Kameez in the Biba store . They are simpler and more sober than the party wear dresses. The average price would be Rs3000/piece. Gowns There is a stock of designer and non designer gowns . They are expensive and the cost could go up to Rs25000/piece. Children’s garments Biba is a great store to pick up salwar kameez and lehengas cholis for young girls . Children for the ages 3 to 14 can easily find a good party wear dress in this store. The dresses in Biba are simple, stylish and reasonably priced. Biba store offers great value for money . .
011 4700 6950
Sabhyata Kamla Nagar Market
Sabhyata stocks cotton kurtis, kurtas , salwars and patiala salwars . The fabric that is used to make these pieces is primarily cotton . The colours are bright and the prints are pleasing and cheerful .
011 42811495, 9999826300
This is not just another shop with traditional Indian prints on kurtas, kurtis, tunics, salwars and tops. There is a difference. The designs have Indian gods and goddesses, folk prints, cultural motifs and other ethnic designs on very contemporary style clothing. The colours are vibrant reds, blues and greens and the fabrics are of all kinds. The clothes really stand out with the liberal use of Indian colours and dyes. The tunics cost around Rs. 600 – Rs. 800 each, while the kurtas wear a price-tag of Rs. 600 – Rs. 1000 per piece. Very Indian, very desi yet modern nonetheless. A spunky global style statement by designer Anita Dongre who has a half dozen inimitable labels to her credit.
Soma opened their first store in 1984 and they have thereafter opened stores in Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Cochin. They stock Rajasthani cottons in block print designs. They have a choice of kurtis, salwars, churidars and kurtas, dupattas, stoles and skirts. You can mix and match the pieces and try them for comfort and fit. The designs and prints keep changing every season. The fabric is very soft and the colours and prints very attractive. There is a vast home furnishing section in the basement. Duvet covers, quilts, cushion covers, curtains, bed linen, table cloth and table napkins are all on display. The shop is well lit and the sales girls are attentive. Soma supports workers in the villages and your support helps Soma take good care of them.
Ekmatra is a spacious and well-lit shop. Khadi is hand spun from natural fibres, thus making it eco-friendly and bio-degradable. A pure cotton fabric that keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. It is trendy to wear khadi these days . The shop has a range of clothes for both men and women. Garments for women include long and short kurtas, kurtis, dupattas, churidars, salwars, formal shirts and woollen coats in pastel shades and beautiful floral prints. They are all very reasonably priced.
Ruh Delhi stocks some stylish and trendy ready to wear garments for women . The range extends from casual wear to party wear clothes . Their store has short and long tops, tunics and dresses . They frequently introduce new clothes, keeping in line with the latest fashion trends. The shiburi print can be seen in the latest collection. The collection is subtle and has understated elegance . Tops and tunics are in the price range of Rs 3000/piece.
Salwar Lane Street Shopping
Salwar Lane Street Shopping is parallel to the front row of shops that is opposite to 3Cs Cineplex. The market is perpetually busy and sells stitched and unstitched salwar suits in all kinds of fabrics. The shops stock salwar suits made of cotton, crepe, georgette and other materials. Some have embroidery or simple patterns on them. These suits are good for regular, casual wear, while some do lend themselves to party-wear as well. The patterns are always new and change rapidly. There are tailors and dye shops very close by, which makes it extremely convenient for shoppers to get white dupattas or salwars dyed to the exact shade. This is done in a couple of hours. The tailors do picoting (edging with loop stitches) on dupattas in a matter of minutes. Most salwar-kameez-dupatta sets are priced Rs. 600 plus, but if the fabric used is of superior quality and has intricate work, they can cost upwards of Rs. 1,000 per set. It is worth bargaining during Salwar Lane Street Shopping especially if you are buying more than one salwar set.
The Fab India Khan Market store is a very popular with the shoppers .You will always notice a group of foreigners shopping for ethnic kurtas & kurtis in this store . Cotton & Chanderi cotton are the fabrics that are used . The ethnic salwars , palazzo pants and churidars in a range of colours are always on a shopper’s list as they can be matched with several kurtas and kurtis . The range is huge. Their latest collection of salwar kameez in tussar,chanderi and cotton are prominently displayed. You can check these designs and take your pick. There are dupattas that are displayed separately for any mix & match with the churidars . Their latest collection inclues Benarsi dupatas in pastel shades . On the right side is their exquisite collection of sarees in cotton, chnaderi & Benarsi. They are all displayed magnificently and look attractive. Fab India also has a good collection of costume jewellery such as bracelets, necklaces and earrings . They are more traditional pieces to match the ethnic collection . They had a sizeable collection of ethnic dresses for children. Lehengas and salwar kameez pieces for girls and kurta sets for boys are available. There is a separate section for men’s kurtas on the floor above. Check out their food section for sauces , pastas and dips . They have a vast range . Personal products such as soap bars ,body oils ,conditioners and skin creams are all available in this store . Check out their range of ayurvedic digestives. There is always something new that is happening in this store . Even if you are not shopping ,just go to Fab India to lift your spirits .
Shopping in Delhi for ethnic wear garments is something which every tourist would like to do. The Anokhi Khan market store sells ethnic Indian women’s cotton wear with traditional block prints and vegetable dyes in its very well known shop , prominently located in Khan Market . Mind your steps as you climb up the narrow stairs that leads you to the shop. It is a fairly large store . Tunics , skirts & wrap arounds in cotton with block prints in very pleasing colours dominate their collection. Apart from tunics, skirts, salwar-kameez, chudidars, patialas, dupattas, stoles and tops, you can also take your pick from colorful bed-linen, curtains, quilts and bags. The skirts are priced at Rs. 600 – Rs. 800 each while tops are Rs. 500 per piece and beyond .Browse in the store for off beat ethnic wear garments . They bring in new ideas & new designs quite often. The Anokhi Khan market store also has branches in several other Delhi shopping markets , as well as in other Indian cities. >FabIndia & Good Earth are the two other shops in Khan Market that stock ethnic clothes for women.
You cannot miss Vishnu Store even if you try! This shop is right there in the front lane of shops. Such simple Indian kurtas, salwar-kameez sets, dupattas and long skirts… you will wonder if you are really shopping at Khan Market! Though not fancy and posh, the products are good and priced reasonably.They have silk jackets and quilted jackets. There is a colourful section of crushed silk skirts. They source the silk from all over India and printing on the silk is done from their workshops in Gujarat and Rajasthan. The clothes are available in many sizes – S, M, L and XL and there is a trial room. An in-house tailor will even make alterations within half an hour – nice and convenient. A very fine shop for everyday wear and occasionally, office wear too. The kurtas, usually printed, are available in different styles and may be mixed and matched with salwars and dupattas. The kurtas are priced at Rs. 500 each and the dupattas are priced at Rs. 330 each. Give the cotton fabrics a quick glance. Anarkali suits and Long “A” line dresses (Rs.2000 a piece) in block printed cotton fabrics are all neatly displayed.
The Neemrana Shop
The Neemrana group are the promoters of the Neemrana hotels and operate more than 20 heritage hotels all over India. They also promote Indian and Western classical music through the Neemrana Music Foundation. The Neemrana Shop is a chic store that sells very select products that are used in decorating & furnishing their hotels. Tableware, flatware, tea sets, candle stands, handcrafted brass items, handcrafted silverware from Jaipur, dolls made of mud, serving trays and bowls made from eggshells and camel bone artifacts are all on display. They have limited items, but each piece is distinct and tastefully displayed. In addition to all this, you can also get to shop for tops, kurtis ,dresses , shawls and stoles in ethnic Indian fabrics –exclusive and upmarket in design and style. When you are shopping in Delhi for kurtis and exclusive Indo western wear , shop at the Neemrana shop in Khan Market. For more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
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
Translate was founded by the entrepreneur duo Vinita and Vikas Passary with the aim of reviving the traditional art of Ikat. They specialize in weaving, designing, producing and retailing apparel & accessories made from the Ikat fabric. The fabric is hand-woven by their trained weavers. In their brightly lit shop in Hauz Khaz Market , they stock a reasonable selection of apparel & accessories. Jackets, dresses, tops and kurtis in a myriad of pleasing colours & prints are on display. Home furnishings, also in Ikat include bed covers and cushion covers. Classy stoles and bags complete the accessories collection. If you are looking for a fashionable collection of casual wear ikat dresses in Delhi, do visit this shop. For more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj
Lepakshi (Andhra Pradesh Emporium)
Andhra Pradesh is situated on the country’s southeastern coast and is well known for its textiles. Lepakshi , the State Emporium of Andhra Pradesh ,stock saris like Ikkat-Telia, Gadwal and Mangalgiri. Ikkat is also known as Pochampally. The name derives from the oil treatment of yarn. Gadwal saris are cotton ones with pure zari borders. Kalamkari block printing is the art of painting cotton fabrics with mythological themes and is very famous in Andhra Pradesh. One can find home décor and other accessories with these prints in this store. Do not miss checking out the Hyderabadi pearls. They come in white, pinks, greys and blacks and in various sizes. Check out the strings and the sets. The price starts from Rs 1200/ string. Kondapalli toys which are made out of light soft wood and painted with vibrant colours are also very famous.
011 - 23363892, 23366892
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
Sabhayata is a favourite shop for ethnic kurta and kurtis in Delhi.It was started in the year 2003 . Kurtas and kurtis are the loose fitting tops that is worn with salwars /plazos or churidars. Sabhyata stocks many of these . They stock both the long and the short kurtis. The long one is a kurta . Printed Kurtas Printed kurtas in bright colours with flowery motifs are all available in Sabhyata. The styles and designs are varied . There are the loose fitting long kurta and A line kurtas.Some of them are printed and some with embroidery . Some even have minimalistic zari work on them. They come in 3 sizes. Small medium & large . Minor adjustments can be made to the kurtas The short kurtis can be worn with trousers and pants. Bottom wear at Sabhyata Sabhyata also stocks churidars, salwars and Plazoos in multiple colours . The best thing about Sabhyata is the colourful range of kurtas and the reasonable prices. The average price would be Rs 700/piece. This is a steal for the fabrics and the tailoring . Sabhyata is a great place to shop for the summer ethnic wear dresses. A decade or so earlier, one had to buy fabrics and get the ethnic dresses tailored . Sabhyata has made it all very easy by making them readily available . Looking for something else? Search Delhi for your favourite shops
0124 430 4700
Global Desi- MGF Metropolitan Mall, Gurgaon
If you like Bohemian fashion sensibilities, shop from Global Desi. Their clothes reflect the free-spirited women of India. The colours are vibrant and charming, and prints range from Aztec to floral and animal motifs. There are also options from geometric printed clothes to abstract prints. Created in smooth western styles, they have many options for tops, kurtas, kaftan dresses, casual dresses, long skirts, shrugs, palazzo pants, jackets, stoles, scarves, and more. You can mix-and-match to create a trendy look. Also, they have sizes available for skinny women to curvy women. Be it clothes for regular outings or any festival/occasion – they have something for all seasons. When it comes to accessories, they have a gorgeous collection of costume jewellery and silver jewellery. From earrings to neckpieces – the adornments are modern yet traditional. They have a wide variety of handbags, clutches, sandals, bandanas and more. So, go ahead, and shop to your heart’s content this summer.
Uthkalaika This is a beautiful store for handicrafts and textiles.Uthkalika is the State Emporium of Orissa. The double ikaat weave is very famous in Orissa. The chess board design in the Passapali sarees are crafted in the Bolangir and Sambalpur districts of Orissa.The Sonepuri sarees are also fromOrissa. There are cotton and tussar silk sarees. The colours are very attractive, Handicrafts Handicrafts , such as stone sculptures of gods & goddesses, wood carvings, canvas paintings also known as Pattachitra and terracotta are available. The richness of the craftsmanship is inspiring. jewellery & metal products Silver filigree jewellery is available as is some tribal jewellery.There is bamboo and bell metal products as well as cane products that are also available here .
Sabhyata has cool and casual wear kurtas and kurtis. Cotton printed kurtis, embroidered kurtas, palazo pants, salwars, straight pants and skirts are available. The Sabhyata shop is quite prominent in the GK M block Market. It is a small shop and it is always crowded. College girls and young women visit the shop often.
Lakshita is is a no- frills store offering simple and comfortable clothes at affordable prices . They stock both casual and semi formal shirts, kurtis ( Indian tops ) in cotton and linen with embroidery and beadwork with interesting designs. They have party wear salwar suits in bright colors(Rs. 3000a piece). The prices start from Rs 500 per piece. In addition , the store also has a good range of leggings, trousers, capris,long skirts and jeans in the price range of Rs 600 to Rs.1500 each. In winters they also stock coats and jackets. An interesting aspect of this store is that they have large sizes as well. They have similar stores in other markets as well.
Goldy’s Nestt stock a simple and colourful collection of Rajasthani ethnic wear dresses -lehengas ,cholis, shararas and embroidered jackets. Party wear Anarkali suits, kurtis and raw silk skirts are ideal for a gala evening or casual party . They stock lehenga cholis for both women and children The best time to visit the shops is in the festive season when one is looking to buy traditional Indian wear garments . Bangles ,bracelets earrings and other imitation jewelry are available too.
Fabindia-GK N Block Market
A fine retail store for ready-made garments at affordable prices. Hand-woven and hand printed textiles is the USP of this exporter-turned-domestic retailer. Traditional craft-based techniques, natural dyes and contemporary designs lend an authentic look and feel to the salwar-kameez, skirts, tunics, shorts, stoles, churidars, Patiala-style salwars, dupattas, jackets, shirts and saris that are stocked in plenty . You can pick up a chic skirt and top with traditional Indian block print – it gives a modern, yet ethnic touch to the dress. Long and short kurtas with beautiful ethnic prints in a variety of colours and textures are a great attraction. Kurtas in mull (very soft cotton) with (vegetable dye block printing technique prints, in linen with exquisite embroidery and in silk and Chanderi cotton are all breathtakingly beautiful. Match them with normal salwars, churidars or Patiala salwars. They have a huge selection of dupattas available in Chanderi cotton, cotton, silk and wool. True sari lovers will love the stunning Chikan, Tussar and Maheshwari saris in woven silk and cotton prints, even though the prices are steep -upwards of Rs. 5000 per sari . A kurta costs about Rs. 400 each , while prices of skirts and tops, start at Rs. 700 and Rs. 500 per piece . The brand is now being extended to a select range of hand-crafted jewellery, personal and skin care products ,such as soaps, shampoos, conditioners, pure oils, moisturizers ,and organic foods such as pulses, flour, seeds, seasonings and herbal teas. There are a couple of more Fab India shops in the same shopping market . Both these stores stock a range of furniture such as beds, sofa sets ,book shelves and so on. There are home furnishing items and fabrics as well. Dining table covers & mats, ready made curtains, bed covers and bed sheets, cushion covers and towels are some of the items available in the store
Known for traditional designs in hand block prints, Kilol Delhi came into being in 1986, when Mamta Mansingka experimented with hand-woven borders of the Maheshwari sari and embellished them with hand-block prints of Jaipur. And lo and behold, the Kilol sari was born. It is now available in Kota, Chanderi, Tussar silks and Tussar cotton blends as well. The shop which originated in Madhya Pradesh is now a countrywide chain. It sells saris, stitched and unstitched suit pieces in hand-woven cotton, terry voile, and silk – Tussar, Chanderi and Maheshwari; Kurtis and stoles. There are some jewellery pieces as well. The shop is uncluttered and spacious. Bedcovers, quilts, cushion covers and towels with bright Sanganer prints stand apart. The items are beautifully organized and neatly displayed and it is a pleasure to shop here. They have an outlet in Gurgaon as well.
Telephone Number: 011-29243388
Anokhi-GK N Block Market
Anokhi at GK N Block Market sells ethnic Indian women’s cotton wear dresses & home furnishings with traditional block prints and vegetable dyes in this shop is in the GK N block shopping market in Delhi . There are Fab India, Cottons and Anokhi shops in this Delhi shopping market , all of which primarily stock cotton wear dresses . The shop is on two levels . The ground floor has a collection of bed spreads, quilts and bed sheets . They are made with soft fabrics and in pleasing pastel prints .They also stock bags , toilet cases and file folders. In the first floor they have a selection of salwar-kameez, churidars, patialas and dupattas. You can also shop for skirts, pants , tops and stylish wrap around dresses . So , you will find garments having the same print and color at one place. You just have to pick your size. The skirts are priced at around Rs 1500/piece per piece while tops are Rs. 1000 per piece and beyond . While the prices are high , their designs and prints are trendy . There is a café Turtle on the 3rd floor of the Anokhi showroom. Have a cake & coffee bite in this quiet coffee shop. They also have soups,salads, sandwiches and yummy desserts. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
Telephone Number: 011- 29231500
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
Janpath Street Shopping
Connaught Place 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 […]