Before all the high street brand opened their stores in Delhi, Sarojini Nagar was known as the shopper's paradise and it continues to be so. It's a part of every traveller's list and a destination for every girl who's out on a bargain hunt, from stylish clothes to designer bags and fashion jewellery Sarojini Nagar never disappoints. This market has plenty of options to choose from street style looks to party dressing and even cute PJ sets, the variety is sure to be overwhelming, but your eye for detail will be your saving grace. Walking out empty handed is a rare case when it comes to Sarojini and finding super cute items at a steal of a price is highly common.
The best part is that you can buy trendy clothes at a cheap price and sometimes, those outfits can look like a million bucks! No matter what your style is, if you're one to keep up trends there's no place like Sarojini and trust us it's quite the lifesaver when you're broke! A quick tip would be bargain all you can, cause at Sarojini you can get most things for under Rs 500 which still look like a million bucks. Therefore, it's no surprise that there are times when we've all gone to Sarojini and picked out that perfect chic and sophisticated party outfit which makes you feel great. So... We weigh in on the one time we wore Sarojini clothes to a party and actually made heads turn! Badshah clearly knew what he was talking about when he rapped on about "Saturday, Saturday" in Delhi.
1. Going Monotone!
Editorial Coordinator, Arushi Sakhuja aka me, picked a monotone sheath dress for her birthday celebrations. This black and white striped dress is a wardrobe staple, especially when you want to look good but not OTT. You can choose to glam it up with a statement necklace or statement earrings, colourful heels and a blingy clutch bag. For the occasion, I chose to keep it simple and sophisticated. This is sure to get heads turning and no one can even tell it's Sarojini!
Junior Lifestyle Editor, Srishti Gupta put her most stylish foot forward in this outfit. Florals and ruffles paired with pastel coloured pants are the perfect receipe for summer dressing. Feel summery and refreshed in this sophisticated look. The best part is no one would even be able to tell that it’s Sarojini. You’ll surely be able to get through the night looking like a fashion icon. A great outfit choice for one of those days when you aren’t waxed, don’t you agree?
Shraddha Gurung is yet again giving us some serious fashion goals. Could you ever guess this off the shoulder, pearl embellished dress in from Sarojini? Well if you want to add some extra drama to your dressing then here’s the perfect party pick!
An LBD is a classic but Social Media Coordinator, Pamela Kundu gives her classic black dress a twist. This black high low dress with lace detail is a perfect pick for a night out! No matter what your style this is an evergreen number.
Editorial Coordinator, Saachi Bamba wears a navy blue midi dress making a perfect transition from AM to PM. Do you need to go from workwear to party wear? Then this dress from Sarojini is the perfect pick. Wear it to work with heels and a tote bag and glam it up with heels, a cinch belt, and statement earrings for an evening look. Apply some red lipstick for a grand look.
Lifestyle Writer, Akansha Bhatia choose a black embroidered dress for a night out. It's the perfect pick for a casual house party if you don't wish to be too out there. Add heels and statement earrings to get your bling on!
Prints can be tricky but Senior Fashion Writer, Arunima Rustagi knows the art of picking prints to accentuate her body type. Paired with a black blazer, this gives the illusion of a slimmer look, that's a fashion hack right there for you to pick up. Add a bracelet bag to make your look more glam!
We think it's time you make your way to Sarojini and pick your favourite outfit to wear to a party! Don't let the critics tell you otherwise.
PRO TIP: Sarojini Nagar market is shut on Monday and that's when all the vendors go around to pick up new stock. So Tuesday's are the best day to stock up on a bargain.