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Are Sarojini Nagar and Kamla Nagar clothes really worth buying?
Are Sarojini Nagar and Kamla Nagar clothes really worth buying?
Yes, they definitely are worth buying. If you are a student like me you’ll understand the pain of spending in a specified budget and making money last till the very end of the month. And buying clothes from these places really help you save a lot of money. At the price of just Rs 100-200 you get very trendy clothes that definitely don’t look that cheap. They give you a very good look at the most minimal price. You can get anything thatst trending in these markets at the one-fourth of their actual price, what you need is proper bargaining skills.
Absolutely . These markets are a bargainer’s paradise . You can find almost any wearable in these markets, that too at a very ,very reasonable price. No doubt, the shopkeepers sometimes try to make you pay more , but if you know how to bargain then you should have no problem in getting whatever it is that you’re looking for.
It also depends on what you decide to buy, as the market is full of both used or defected pieces as well as trendy and stylish clothes. You need to carefully examine the articles before buying and after assuring that it’s defect free, you can get it at a reasonable price.
It’s one thing if you can’t afford clothes and you come to shop from these markets, however, these markets come in handy when you wish to experiment. Many people (even designers) like to buy clothes and materials (supplies) from these markets to make an even better, more fashionable piece of attire. So if you are looking to experiment with clothing or design something you can always get a cheap bargain. Apart from that, if you don’t like wearing labels, you can find good fashion in these markets for very less price.
Yes, they are worth buying and specially for the middle class people. And they also have a great variety to prefer and also good for college students
If you are satisfied by not so fancy and over rated clothes along with good quality and much cheaper rates then yes Sarojini nagar and kamla market are the best places for you. Value for money is ensured. All you need is a brilliant bargaining tactics and a clever mind and bang! You will be having much better products at cheaper rates in your wardrobe.
If you are looking for the best and cheaper clothes than you must purchase it from sarojni nagar and kamla nagar. In sarojni nagar and kamla you can get each and every type if clothes may it be tops,jeans, one piece, gowns,winter wears, jackets,etc and we can get a huge options of clothes if we are purchasing from there and the quality of the clothes are also good according to their prices but while purchasing the clothes you must always check the cloth properly as sometime the shopkeepers also she’ll tored clothes and they don’t do any exchange or return of the clothes and sometimes we also get the cloths of brand like Zara, H&M, Forever 21, etc. So the clothes of sarojni nagar and kamla are worth buying, please go and visit and do shop.
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Yes, they are absolutely worth buying but you have to search for them which are reasonable as well as of good quality too. Sarojini and Kamla nagar markets are well known for their cheap products but many of them are of bad quality too, so you have to take time and search for the best suited as well as reasonable clothes for you.
Yes ,both market are really cheap & worth buying.
We can easily buy any stuff form 100 to 1000rs.
Very affordable for students.
Yes they are worth buying as they offer a lot of variety at very cheap rates. Some of the clothes are really bad but the only thing is you have to really search the market for the actual good quality cheap products.
Sarojini market is best for middle class people. You can find beautiful t shirts, tops between 100 -300. Jeans ranges between 200 – 500. Affordable for students.
Both Sarojini Nagar and Kamla Nagar are amazing when it comes to shopping. Both the markets are hugely popular among shoppers of all the age group. They have plenty of cheap and good quality stuff that are both unique and even hard to come across in shopping malls, speaking from personal experience. Sarojini Nagar has some of the widest range of fashion-forward clothing, shoes, accesories and even household items that you can buy at a dirt cheap rate. The only things required when shopping at these places are good eyes for the best piece, lots of patience, bargaining skills and energy. You can find some real good deals at these places. During the begining of Delhi winters, you can find some of the best and trendiest trench coats and jackets for rupees 400-500 maximum, which is almost less than quarter of what you would pay at a mall. There is also endless choices, and endless bargains. Whenever tired from shopping, you can find several food and drinks stalls to gain your energy back. These places are also easily accesible by autorickshaw or the metro. So there is actually no excuse. You totally need to head to any of these places to be absolutely mesmerised. It is really surprising to see the number of things you can actually buy at so cheap and I guarantee that you will return home with a bag full of goodies and a heart full of joy.
One should never underestimate the quality of clothes from such places. Yes,people prefer branded clothes over clothes from such places, but many fashion bloggers have started wearing clothes from these places and you can not help but fall in love with these clothes. Moreover, they aren’t as expensive as branded clothes and just as equally pretty.
Sarojini Nagar and Kamla nagar are cool, funky, flee markets. However the clothes in these markets are cheap after a lot of bargaining because
1) The shopkeepers buy the products in wholesale in terms of per Kg and then they self it at per piece price.
2) These clothes have minor defects, the clothes that the posh brands cannot sell in their stores. These defects could be visible or reflect in quality. But if you’re willing to shop there, be prepare to examine the clothes well.
If you don’t mind the minor defects , then you cant get the same piece that you get in showrooms , minus the electricity charges and taxes .
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