Time for a good bargain
Shefali R Sethi looks around various shopping outlets in the Capital to find out where to buy what, and when.india Updated: Nov 21, 2003 14:01 IST
Shefali R Sethi looks around various shopping outlets in the Capital to find out where to buy what, and when.
Sugar & Spice: A bread festival at Sugar & Spice will surely leave you wanting for more. Apart from the regular breads like whole wheat, brown and garlic breads, they have introduced Mexican and Italian breads. “This is not just a promotion as we plan to make it a permanent feature,” says Mini Yadav of Sugar & Spice.
Givo: Looking for a perfect gift this winter season, then Givo has a classic range of Italian suits as well as cashmere jackets. Says Sanjay Ahuja, “We have a varied range of fabrics from Italy as also polywool fabrics that are reasonably priced at Rs 7,000 - Rs 10,000.”
Autoneeds: Sleek and swanky is how one would describe their showrooms conveniently located at Gurgaon and Patparganj. “We have a great workshop that is equipped with all the modern amenities. But sadly we have no special deals going on right now. And for that people would have to wait for the next festive season,” explains Vivek Goel of Autoneeds.
Homesaaz: This furnishing store at Lajpat Nagar has everything under one roof. Right from imported as well as Jaipur carpets to gift items, this store stocks them all. “The USP of our store is affordable prices and the variety that we offer,” admits Anil Batla of Homesaaz. They also have a variety of bedcovers that make a perfect gift for any occasion.
Dollar Plus: Bringing a concept from America straight into the heart of all the major happenings at the Centrestage Mall in Noida is how one would define Dollar Plus. Opened 15 days back, this store has everything ranging from cosmetics to crockery to toys. And what cannot be missed are the prices as everything is priced at Rs 49 and above. Need we ask for more?
Rajco handloom House: Located at Lajpat Nagar, this store 35-year-old has an exclusive collection of wedding bedcovers apart from quilts, blankets and shawls. Doesn’t that sound like a great gift for any occasion.
First Published: Nov 21, 2003 11:43 IST