5 Places to Buy Cultural Punjabi Stuff in Chandigarh

Everyone in Chandigarh is very fond of wearing fashionable clothes. Needless to say, the gabrus and patolas of the city beautiful are comfortable wearing both contemporary and traditional styles as and when required.

Maybe that is why their wardrobe is decked up with Punjabi suits (for girls)/ Kurta Pyjama (for boys), a pair of perfect Punjabi Jutti, and some cool accessories to complete their Punjabi look.

Well, to know, here are 5 places in Chandigarh where you can buy cultural Punjabi stuff and stay style updated.

1469 Chandigarh – Pure Punjabi

Incepted by the name of Guru Nanak’s birth year, 1469 is a local retail brand to buy thet Punjabi stuff in Chandigarh. Conceptualised to offer a melange of urban yet traditional Punjabi fashion clothing to the youth of Chandigarh, the brand came into existence. The brand is known for unique Punjabi slogan T shirts, Kurtis, Phulkari dupattas and jackets, accessories, souveniors and much more. Located at the famous sector 17 Plaza, its store is so vibrant and welcoming that no one can miss the chance of window shopping once while passing by. The brand has now started its e- store too and deals with corporate gifting too.

Address: SCO 80=81, Bridge Market, Sector 17-D, Chandigarh.

Contact number: 0172 272 1469

Timing: 10:30 am to 9 pm

Phulkari, Chandigarh

Under the umbrella of Punjab Small Industries and Export Corporation (PSIEC), Phulkari is a Punjab Government Emporium that is famous for desi handicraft and traditional wear in Chandigarh. People from across India throng to Phulkari store to buy traditional hand embroidered dupatta, dress material, stoles, Punjabi jutti, accessories and souveniors. The store looks quite fancy and artistic while the attendants will assist you in picking up the right stuff at an affordable price.

Address: S.C.O.27, 17E, Sector 17, Chandigarh.

Contact number: 0172 270 6246

Timing: 10:30 am to 2 pm

Urban Theka, Elante

Don’t go by its name as it is no theka where you can have daaru but a modern outlet for traditional handicraft and Punjabi clothing. Housed under the plush and crowded Elante mall, this lifestyle store, Urban Theka is quite popular among youngster in Chandigarh. If you are looking for some really quirky and cool Punjabi stuff in Chandigarh, then Urban Theka is surely the place to stop by. Their unique Punjabi slogan Tshirts, handicrafts, Phulkari clothing and others accessories are very much in demand. The brand believes in the saying, Khushiyon ka koi thikana nahi hota par theka zarur hota hai.

Address: 227, Elante Mall, Chandigarh.

Contact number: 073072 01234

Timing: 11 am to 9 pm  

Bittu Fashioners

One of the oldest one-stop-destination for all the fashion clothing and accessories needs in Chandigarh, Bittu Fashioners is best known for wedding shopping as it has best of Phulkari, traditional Punjabi jutti, Punjabi jewellery, and Churas (Bangles) for any bride or the groom. Not only this, you can even get a lehenga or evening gowns for parties from here on rent.

Address: SCO 6, Sector 27, Chandigarh.

Phone: 0172 464 3848

Timing: 10 am to 9 pm

Phulkari Studio

Phulkari Studio is famous for its collection of wide variety of women dress material and home furnishings handcrafted for the people of Chandigarh. The brand specializes in traditional phulkari salwaar and dupatta, customised punjabi jutti. It is a local womenswear brand that sells purely handmade traditional stuff and has its original roots from Punjab.

Address: S.CO.56-59 (Basement) SECTOR 17-C, Chandigarh.

Contact number: 098550 00020 

Timing: Mon- Sat 11 am to 9 pm/ Sun 1 am to 8 pm.

I hope this listing will make your Punjabi stuff shopping easier in Chandigarh. If you are looking for some cool, swanky and quirky Punjabi stuff, which is traditional yet modern, then simply visit any of these places and enjoy.

Happy shopping !!!

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