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Best Wedding Sarees & Suits in Delhi

Delhi is the hub of brides-to-be shop for wedding sarees and suits. There are tons of places in Delhi that sells Wedding sarees and suits at the most appropriate prices. Again, if you are an NRI, and would like to purchase something from Delhi, I would suggest you to get something custom made from India. However, below is the list of some of the best shops displaying the most beautiful Wedding sarees and suits for all the brides-to-be in India and across the globe.



Charming has two branches; one is located in Ambience Mall, Gurgaon and the other in DLF Place Sake. The best thing about charming is the variety and work they have is amazing. Lehenga sarees, swarovski sarees, net sarees, traditional gotta patti work, cut work borders are found in best varieties. The heavy sarees will on an average set you back about 12-15 grand and can go up to about 40K for the much heavier ones.

Meena Bazaar

Meena Bazaar Shopping

Meena Bazaar is one of the oldest and most renowned shops in Delhi. It is found pretty much everywhere- in every single mall. However, they stock some of the most amazing outfits in the shop. It is definitely worth a look.

Greenways, South Ex:

Greenways, South Ex

Greenways is located in the South Extension of Delhi. It is somewhere behind some market where you need to climb a few narrow staircases as well. The range is similar to frontier, heavy sarees around 15000, very heavy ones around 30K. The lighter ones are much cheaper though.


Bridal Asia and Vivaha exhibitions

You will find tons of small time designers flock Bridal Asia and Vivaha exhibitions and therefore it is not at all worth a miss. You will definitely find something good here. Even if you are not satisfied, you will come back with tons of visiting cards to fix appointments later.

L’affaire- GK:

Laffaire- GK

L’affaire- GK is expensive but timeless. The pieces at L’affaire generally draw inspiration from traditional Indian textiles. You will find dresses for every one in your family under a single roof. They have the ability to make traditional sarees look very modern. Though expensive (most sarees will set you back 20K) still it is worth a look.

Frontier Raas, South Ex:

Frontier Raas, South Ex

Frontier in South Ex does not worth a miss at all. The entire ground floor is dedicated to some stunning pieces of sarees. Visit during sale time as they give heavy discounts then. Bargaining is okay here. Prices are similar to Charming and Greenways. They also have a separate section for salwar kameez but it is okay to miss them.

Hauz Khas Village:

HK Village is a hub of not too famous designers but with beautiful quality designs and innovations. They are not cheap, but not too expensive either. You can get anything you want customized under different prices.

Designers at Emporio, Crescent, AZA and Gallery One:

If you fall under the brand conscious lot, EMporio, Crescent at the Qutab and Gallery One are three places you can not afford to miss. They are the store house of every possible designer you may think of. Crescent has slightly lighter stuff than Emporio which on the other hand deal with heavy outfits. Gallery One is a good mix of the two.


Anantam Shoping Delhi

Anantam is not cheap but the gorgeous fabrics and the pretty anarkalis and interesting sarees are worth its price. Definitely a must visit if you are in Gurgaon!

Perfection House, South Ex: Perfection House is just perfect for bridal shopping. You will find it slightly reasonable than the others. But you need to hunt through all their designs to find a really unique piece. You will have to be patient as there are a lot of unnecessary pieces too that is worth a skip.

Others (Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh):

Wedding Sarees in Delhi

Chandni Chowk is a staple for lehenga and saree shopping in Delhi, thought lehenga shopping is most recommended. Karol Bagh is another area with loads of bridal saree shops. Happy Shopping in Delhi!

Editor Kritika is EMI's big cheese, She is a blogger, social media lover and beauty addict. She love to share her wedding planning experience and about Indian wedding trends.

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