JAM reporter Vani Pande, tingles the shopaholic in all of us by raving about her Janpat experience!
I am a fashion freak and just love shopping. But there are times when I am not able to afford the big brands. For times like that, I head straight to Janpath – the fashion street. Located in the heart of Delhi (Connaught Place to be precise) this street offers you a wide variety of clothes and accessories keeping in touch with latest fashion trends without burning a hole in your pocket.
Since the winter has started in Delhi, I wanted some good t-shirts and cool sweatshirts for myself. And I was not disappointed when I reached Janpath. The variety of full sleeve t-shirts, sweatshirts, lowers, track suits and sweaters made me go bonkers. I wasn’t able to decide what to buy and what to leave.
The full sleeve t-shirts available here are priced between Rs 150 and Rs 350. The beautiful prints and bright colors available for girls are truly value for money. As for sweatshirts, they were available as from hooded, front open to hoodless. They ranged between Rs 250 and Rs 450. They’ll definitely keep you warm in the brain freezing winter, in style. Lovely jackets and blazers were also on sale. They come in denim, corduroy and linen and are priced between Rs 350 and Rs 650. Janpath also has track suits, skirts, harem pants, kurtis, tights, cotton and linen trousers, priced between Rs 100 and Rs 500. To shop here one must know how to bargain because bargaining is the key to smart shopping in Janpath.
As for footwear, Janpath offers Kolhapuri chappals, open toed ballerinas, osho chappals, tie-up sandals, gladiator sandals et al priced between Rs 150 and Rs 400. For bag freaks there is a wide range of beautiful huge bags for college kids and working women and every other imaginable bag ever made by mankind which would suit your personality. The bags are priced from Rs 150 upwards.
There is so much to be bought at Janpath that I can go on. You can find a good bargain here on belts, sunglasses, jewelry, home décor and loads of other stuff. And after all this writing I am tempted to go shopping at Janpath all over again.
– Vani Pande