Date Plans? Put Together The Perfect Outfit For Under INR 2,000 At This Market

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What Makes It Awesome

Let’s be honest ladies, no matter how many clothes we have, we always end up having nothing to wear. And with a date night planned, that just won’t do! Head to BK Market to get the perfect date night ensemble under INR 2,000.

BK Market on Shakespeare Sarani is an exclusively women’s shopping haven with more than 100 shops. Things you get here are not only in line with the current fashion trends, but will last long too. Cute spaghetti tops, graphic tees with cat motifs, trendy crop tops -- there are a ton of options.

Pair your top with linen shorts, denim skirts, culottes or basic jeans and you are good to go! BK Market has several shops which sell a variety of tops and pants. The tops start from INR 300 and don’t go above INR 600. Shorts and skirts will cost you about INR 400 and pants INR 600 or less. Shops to look out for include Vogue (shop no 116), Colours (shop no 115), Top Shop (shop no 113) and shop no 03.

Got a special occasion coming up? Dress it up with body cons, the trusted LBD or jumpsuits. For a cosy date night, an easy breezy summer dress would work just fine or, maybe a maxi dress. Or you could bring out the chic style diva in you with playsuits and dungarees! The jumpsuits and playsuits here come for as low as INR 700. Dresses start from INR 800. (Shops to look out for: Shop no 9 and 110.)

The building has an endless number of shops selling shoes in every kind of style – oxfords, combat boots, embezzled heels, stilettos, embroidered shoes, or basic ballerinas and flats. Oxfords will cost you INR 400, boots start from INR 1,000 and heels from INR 700. So hurry, go grab a pair! (Shops to look out for: Head 2 Toe, shop no. 103 and shop no. 19.)

Pro Tip

You will find a lot of shops where you can find the perfect accessories (INR 30 and above) to match your outfit. So don’t fret, you can now dress to slay for date night!


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