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Bookmark This Jaipur Guide For An Ultimate Shopping Experience
Looking for a perfect weekend getaway that includes a lot of chilling and also shopping? Then, head to Jaipur right away! You hear of the city's jewellery, apparel, and new, home-grown designers excelling with clothes, accessories, and all things interiors and we guess, it's the time that you finally go shopping in Jaipur.
To make your lives a lot easier, we've picked the best markets and stores for you to check out.
By the way, it's cool, you can thank us later!
If you are someone who likes block-printed suits, leheriya or handwoven saris, Woven Tree would be the ideal place for you to head to. Not only is what they sell pretty but also the fabric is of top-notch quality. So, if you are in Jaipur sometime, do not forget to visit this store.
Price for suit-sets start at INR 1,500.
With an aim to provide its customers with comfortable Indian wear, Tokoree uses fabrics such as cotton, mul, silk, brocade, and chanderi to make their apparel. What's best about the brand is their colour combination (think electric blue dupatta paired with mustard kurta or wine coloured dupatta paired with pastel green kurta).
Their price for dresses start from INR 5,000 and kurta with pants set start from INR 5,500.
Gem Palace is one of the places that you surely cannot afford to miss out when you're shopping in Jaipur. Here, you’ll find any and every gem you need, from vintage pieces and traditional designs to more contemporary ones. To give you an idea of how magnificent their stuff is, let us tell you, the store is owned by the same family that once served the royals.
If you’re a fan of blue pottery, you’re looking at the most authentic store in Jaipur. Sri Kirpal Singh Shekhawat started Kripal Kumbh, which remains the only manufacturer and exporter of authentic blue pottery. As for what’s available, choose between lamps, jewellery boxes, tea-set, tiles, coasters, candle holders, and more.
Their small vases start from INR 300 and the range could go up to INR 20,000.
Quite well-known for its minimal jewellery, Dhora has now also stepped into the apparel and lifestyle section. While we absolutely love their collection of earrings, necklaces, their apparel collection also stands out (considering it's all made using breathable fabrics and soothing colours).
The price for rings start at INR 600, earrings at INR 1,300, dresses at INR 3,000.
Fashion-aware and right on trend, AlterEgo is a one-stop-shop for all your style needs. What they have on offer is quite trendy and super-unique that you might not find anywhere else.
The price for tops starts at INR 2,000 while pants from INR 2,500.
Jewellery by Astha Jagwani
A genius with her accessories, Astha Jagwani creates European silhouettes with Indian techniques, and vice versa. Expect some stunning costume body jewellery, including haath phools, head pieces, and jhumkis. You can also shop from them in Delhi at the Ogaan store located in DLF Emporio.
The price for jhumkis start at INR 5,000, bracelets at INR 3,000, chokers at INR 6,000.
Jaipur’s Ushnak Mal equivalent, Pratap Sons must feature on every Jaipur shopping guide. They house wedding wardrobe essentials – lehengas, saris, suit pieces, silks, and indo-western wear – and judging from the rate at which weddings appear on our social calendars, Pratap Sons may jump to the top of your list.
The price for saris start at INR 4,000 (depending on fabric), suit-sets at INR 1,500.
This famous and crowded is perfect for people looking to shop for colourful lehengas and saris in bandhani and leheriya. For saris, try Rooplaxmi, Rana Sari Emporium, and Jaipur Sari Kendra. The smaller lanes in Johri Bazaar house the original jeweller workstations or gaddis, and have a lot of outlets for gold, silver and studded jewellery. Also, at this bazaar, you'll also find plenty of shops selling Jaipuri quilts (rajais) which, we are sure you can't come without buying one.
The price here for bandhani saris start at INR 600 while silver jewellery starts from INR 800.
A tourist hotspot, it’s a treasure trove of all things Jaipuri – juttis, Jaipuri bedsheets, soft furnishings, and readymade suits. Also, reasonably priced, it's a great place to drop by for souvenirs and other gift items.
You'll find juttis here starting at INR 250.
Soma, as a fashion, homeware and lifestyle brand, has managed to preserve and promote an ancient craft: block printing. Made with care and careful technique, their range is always evolving and maintains excellence consistently.
Price for dresses start at INR 1,000, quilts start at INR 2,800.
Tripolia Bazar and Chaura Rasta
For utensils, textile, ironware, and trinkets, step into the side lanes in this market to be able to catch a glimpse of local artisans at work. You'll also find Rajasthani sweet shops, snacks and namkeen shops, and also a lot of jewellery shops which you should definitely not miss checking out.
Price for silver jewellery starts at INR 600.
Miss India Old Silver
In a mood to shop for pure silver? Then, head to this store located on MI Road. From cutlery, showpieces, large matkas, figurines, glasses, furniture, antiques, and a massive range of jewellery – the store is perfect if you have been wanting to invest in silver for the longest time.
The price range varies here depending on the weight. However, price for silver balis start at INR 750.
Indulge in the cult that is Amrapali when in their hometown! Much larger, and better decorated and stocked than its counterparts in other cities, the original Amrapali store is a must-visit for beautiful jewellery made with precious and semi-precious stones, even if you aren’t looking to buy anything.
Juttis at the Old City
Within the Old City’s fortified walls you will find hordes of the stunning juttis that Jaipur is famous for. Wear them with a salwar kameez or with jeans – they look equally chic. Just ask around and you’ll be directed to the exact location.
You can find juttis here from INR 200.
Anokhi’s products – clothing, home décor, tableware, and jewellery attracts people from all over the world. Their vibrant range has beautiful cuts and it's another must-visit store where you should definitely drop by.
The price for tunics start at INR 2,000, dresses at INR 1,800.
If you are looking to shop for handcrafted home decor pieces made by local artisans, then this store is perfect for you. From home objects, furniture, wall decor, and to stationery; you'll find it all. Also, trust us on the quality.
Price for wall decor starts at INR 1,600, vases and bowl at INR 700.
Love colourful home decor and apparel? Well, then you'll love this French-Indian boutique by Thierry Journo. This place has a wide range on offer when it comes to unique apparel designs, furniture pieces, or accessories. Thierry has even collaborated with John Galliano (a renowned British fashion designer) for a project so, we are sure that you'll love it all when you are here.
Price for dresses start at INR 2,500.
For local handicrafts and Jaipur knick-knacks:
Juttis: Ramganj Bazar
Tie and dye textiles: Kishanpole Bazar
Lac bangles: Maniharon ka Rasta
Carpets: Achrol House, Subhash Chowk
Marble carvings: Khajano ka Rasta
Block printing, hand-made paper and blue pottery: Sanganer village