With so many clothing brands selling their product online with discount rates, nothing can beat the one we find at flea market in India. Though the quality of the two has a difference but with a little effort you can find the similar one at very cheap rate. Today even men want to experiment with their looks, but why should they burn a hole in their pockets when women too manage to smart shop their way into the trendiest of garments? We all know that the majority of us are on a budget while shopping, so we thought we might as well send out a list of some best budget shopping destinations across India for all the men who are looking to spend the least and take home more.

1. Linking Road – Mumbai

Linking Road and Hill Road are two of the main shopping hubs in the suburbs of Mumbai. Over the years this shopping hub has stretched beyond its original length. The road starts from S.V Road in Bandra and extends towards Santacruz and Juhu in the north of the city.

linking road

It is a shopping hub for every pocket size with everything from street stalls selling products for a bargain to niche stores and boutiques for specialized products to high end international brands. With brand selling destinations like Shopper Stop, Woodland, Adidas, Zara and more all over the street, you can find the similar products at cheaper rate in the stall store beside the road.

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2. Fashion Street – Mumbai

Fashion Street refers to a cluster of over 385 street side clothing shops on MG Road near Azad Maidan and is opposite to Bombay Gymkhana, in South Mumbai.

fashion street mumbai

This market is a hotspot for young trendsetters. Being in Mumbai, this market has closest access to what’s trending in Bollywood, so you’ll surely find what your favourite actor is seen wearing onscreen. You can get the best of t-shirts of your choice for as low as Rs. 150 or even less, if you decide to buy 3-4 of them from the same shop. Be prepared to bargain a lot while at this street shops if you want to make the most out of the money you spend.

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3. Palika Bazaar – Delhi

Palika Bazaar is an underground market located between the inner and outer circle of Connaught Place, Delhi. The market hosts 353 plus shops where a wide variety of clothes, shoes and accessories are available at discounted rates.

Palika bazaar

You’ll find clothes which are trending in the fashion circuit, which means replicas of brands or even some original brands as most of the things available in these markets are export surplus. So, if you are on a budget and still want to wear brands of your choice, these two are the markets you are looking for.

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4. Sarojini Nagar – Delhi

Essentially located in the South West Delhi locality of the city, Sarojini Nagar (or SN as it is sometimes called) is one of the places in the city to buy clothes and fabrics.

Sarojini nagar

Apart from a large number of large sized showrooms for various international and local brands, the crux of the market is formed by street side shops which sell garments of all sizes, designs and colors. Men can find anything they want in this market to step up their style quotient. From clothes to shoes to accessories, you name it and you’ll find it here, and yes, at a bargain.

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5. Commercial Street – Bangalore (Bengaluru)

Bustling with crowds at all times of the day, Commercial Street is one of the busiest markets in the garden city. A tangle of by-lanes, the street is lined with apparel outlets and accessory stalls. Located a kilometre away from MG Road, the street is frequented by locals as well as travellers.

commercial street bangalore

If you are short on money and still want to buy clothes that are stylish yet affordable, this place would do the trick for you. Remember to bargain hard with the sellers and ask for discounts.

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6. Majestic Market – Bangalore (Bengaluru)

If you are good at bargaining then there is no better place to shop then Majestic market.

Majestic Market Bangalore

Here you will really come across many great things at a much lower price. Most of the shops here sell local goods including watches, clothes, shoes, electronic goods, accessories etc. You can get a t-shirt, a pair of jeans and sunglasses under Rs. 800 if you are really good at bargaining.

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7. Anjuna Beach Flea Market – Goa

Anjuna hosts the famous flea market (Every Wednesday) wherein you can purchase many things, ranging from clothes and electronic devices. You cannot miss this flea market if you really like street shopping.

Anjuna Flea Market

You’ll find everything from trendy funk t-shirts to all those summery shorts and even famous Goan kurtas with ‘OM’ prints on it. Fancy flip flops, cool tank tops, and surfing shorts is something that will attract you to this market. You need to visit this market to see for yourself what the market really has to offer.

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