College has never been easy because you have so much to do and such little money. But you still want to look your best for that bash, the rave and also for your date. But where to get fabulous clothes at an affordable price? The following markets offer nice clothes at affordable prices in Nairobi.
Famous fashion bloggers are also known to shop at these places and no one can tell the difference because it’s not about the price but the way you put it together and the confidence that accompanies it.
Now go get yourself that fab party outfit or that sexy red shirt that will drive women wild.
1. MUTHURWA MARKET
This is a huge market along Haile Selasie Avenue where you can get anything from second hand clothing to brand new outfits at an affordable price. You can definitely flirt your way to a good bargain.
2. MUTINDWA MARKET
Based between Buruburu and Umoja estates, it is home to shoes and dresses that range between 100 – 1000 shillings. Talk about looking fabulous for less.
3. TOI MARKET
The toi market is located in the outskirts of Kibera slum, Nairobi. It is famous for selling unique, cool clothing at affordable prices. This is also an amazing place to get swimming costumes, shoes, dresses and undies.
4. GIKOMBA MARKET
This famous second hand market could be home to any designer outfit deemed worthless in the European market at a fraction of the original price. It is located along Kamkunji road in Nairobi. Here you can find dresses prices at Ksh 50 and tops for even less! Go there with Ksh 1000 and you will have a whole new wardrobe.
5. KOROGOCHO MARKET
Located adjacent to the korogocho slum near Dandora, “KOCH” is famous for selling second hand clothes from a mere price of ksh.10 to 500. But you shall need plenty of patience to go through the hordes of clothing to find “the one”.
6. NGARA MARKET aka ENGARASHA
This is famous among ladies that love fashion. Ngara is home to ladies wear and accessories. They may seem a bit pricey to some people but if you are a good heckler, you shall get value for your money. Although these guys are always fighting with the City Council, so you might end up running as you inhale tear gas. They also move up into the CBD the later it gets so you can shop as you get to your matatu.
There you have it! If you want to look fly for your classes, dates or the rave, then these are the places where you can land yourself some affordable clothes.
Is there anywhere we forgot to mention? Please let us know in the comments.