Wearing jewellery is bare basic necessity of women. That’s our pride, that’s our right. As a matter of fact millions of these women want something unique and different and so is the choice of jewellery. That calls for a need based pull towards Junk jewellery. This (not so) junk jewellery gives the girls an edge of style besides the affordability that increases their value and demand. So here are some of the top markets to look around to update your accessories collection of junk & trendy jewellery!
One of the biggest markets dealing in junk jewellery all over the world and not just the country, Pahar Ganj makes it a haven for the jewellery fanatics. From Young Delhi girls and tourists looking for cheap accessories to people meaning serious business, Pahar Ganj delivers the demand for all the priorities and demands of the people. The market has more than 500 shops selling fashion and silver jewellery along with clothes and other handicrafts.
Janpath is an extremely popular place among the enthusiastic street shoppers. The shopping area is limited hence making it suitable for a lazy shopper. The prize range is a tad expensive than Pahar Ganj, but the collection is really impressive. The best thing about Janpath is their collection of vintage junk jewellery. Among that, the variety of bangles, earrings and jhumkas can be seen hanging outside every store. For decorating purposes, cool Turkish lamps can also be spotted in some shops.
3. Ramesh Market
Ramesh market is a total tourist destination. World class, extraordinary architecture, innovative layouts, and well-thought execution make place a highly coveted point of tourist interest. The availability of trendy jewellery and accessories adds to the attraction of this market. Local vendors and small shops are always roaming around the market and with good bargaining skills; one can get good junk jewellery for less than 100 rupees.
4. Lajpat Nagar
Lajpat nagar is particularly famous for its selection of affordable jewellery. The market is brightly lit with vibrant lights enhancing the jewellery allure in the process. The royal earrings are a popular choice among ladies who are looking for something to go with their wedding lehengas. A smart street shopper can get a great deal cut out for about 200 rupees.
5. Sarojini Nagar
Sarojini Nagar forms the biggest hub for street shopping in Delhi with its range of accessories, knock off clothes and great deals on almost everything you would expect under a designated space for street shoppers. The boundary of sarojini nagar is filled with squatters of junk jewellery. The pricing is 2nd best to Pahar Ganj, but they will offer you varieties and every second person is roaming around with something different from the other. If one possesses good bargaining power and they might end up with jewellery worth only Rs 50.
So, the next time you are out shopping, keep aside those expensive brands and go dwell in your own desi markets!