Delhi is a one of a kind city, & its people, weather and fashion cannot be matched with. While people may consider Mumbai to be the fashion capital of the country anything happening first hits the floors in Delhi and it is Delhi that runs with it. The city has some of the most fashion forward and crazed people and we absolutely adore it for the same. So when in Delhi you need to look and feel your best, thankfully there is no lack of good fashion or fashion brands in the city.

If you're someone who likes their fashion like their tea, hot and right off the runway, we have an event especially for you. The winter garden sale by Shades of India happening at Mandi House in Delhi is just where you need to be for the best of ethnic and bohemian fashion.

Shades of India Garden Sale

Shades of India is a home grown indie brand with a great collection of ethnic wear that can be categorised into regal, bohemian, comfortable traditional and all sorts of other categories. They even have a great collection of accessories, jewellery and other things that would definitely add charm to your winter wardrobe this wedding season.

They even have a wonderful collection of home furbishing and lifestyle products which will give your living space a lively, indie charm.

You will be able to shop these and so much more during the Shades of India's annual garden sale. A three day extravaganza of fashion fun and winter chills this garden sale is something we wait for year long and just cannot think about missing.

Once-in-a-year prices

The garden sale is the only event during which you can get the Shades of India apparels, accessories and decor items at extremely low prices. Which is exactly why we wait for the this sale all year round, ready to splurge on countless handcrafted bedding, cushions, clothing for men and women, accessories, bags, jewellery and a lot more.

The event is also a great place to grab a few gifts for your loved ones and keep up the holiday spirit. From dresses and kurtas made of dreamy fabrics to bags, accessories, blankets, cushion covers, etc; there is something for everyone. Spend a few minutes here, grab a coffee or indulge in a snack, and simply enjoy the day.

With a curated selected selection of brands that take care of food and beverages, you can also relish a selection of great grub here. Food by Mala will be here with their limited edition goodies, Antidote with cold pressed juices, The Hillcart Tales with their absolutely divine selection of tea, L’opera with their French baked goodies and Hema’s South Indian with gunpowder idlis.

Knock Knock

From silk dupattas, embroidered kurtas, skin care products to food, there's much to see and enjoy at the Shades of India Garden sale and you'd be sad to miss the sale and the unbelievable prices. So, re-think your homes and wardrobes at this year's Shades of India annual Garden Sale. We are sure you will not leave empty-handed!

Date: 5th, 6th, and 7th December, 2019

Time: 10am to 6pm

Venue: Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra (1, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi)

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