Business/Career Lifestyle

Where to Buy Affordable and Fashionable Clothing in Nigeria  (2023)

Where to buy affordable and Fashionable clothing in Nigeria
Written by Robin Okwanma

If you are on the lookout for where to buy affordable and fashionable clothing in Nigeria right now, you have come to the right place. We have collated some of the best places to get cool and affordable deals in clothes, and for the right quality all around Nigeria. It’s not enough to buy trendy clothes – get top-quality ones for reasonable prices without denting your pocket. You have the right to spend and save as well. You can get the best of both worlds without losing value for your money.


So let’s go. Check out some of the best places to buy affordable and fashionable clothing in Nigeria in the article below. Make sure you take notes as you read along. 

Popular Clothing Markets 

Savvy Nigerian shoppers may already be familiar with some big and popular local clothing markets around Nigeria. These markets have numerous stall owners with a wide assortment of clothes, shoes and fashion accessories. The prices may range from the cheap to the very expensive. But you should find your ideal pick that combines good quality with a pocket-friendly price. Additionally, you have the opportunity to negotiate for a cheaper price with most of the sellers. 

If you are in Lagos, you need to visit three hugely popular clothing markets. The first of them, Balogun market, is one of the largest clothing and general goods markets in Africa. From street vendors to in-stall traders, you can get cheap deals in clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, and several other items; the variety is endless. You can get almost anything you need in Balogun market. 

Oshodi market is centrally located, and fairly huge. There are sections of Oshodi market (especially around Brown Street) where a broad range of both clothing, shoes and other accessories are available for reasonable prices. Also, if you go to Alaba International market,  you will find a huge assortment of original, fairly-used, and factory-rejected clothes (and several other items). You should get clothes from the cheapest to the higher-priced ones there. 

Some other notable and popular markets to buy affordable and fashionable clothing in Nigeria include: 

  • Idumota Market, Lagos
  • Mile One market, Port Harcourt, Rivers state
  • Ariaria; New Market Road; Ekeoha; Nsulu; ands Eziukwu markets in Abia state
  • Onitsha Main market, Anambra state
  • Uyo Street Market, Abuja
  • Kurmi (Kasuwar Kwari) Market, Kano statre

Online Stores

Online stores in Nigeria have become popular destinations where you can get some of the coolest deals in clothing for all genders and ages. One would usually find quality clothes for very reasonable prices on Nigeria’s popular online clothing stores – sometimes even cheaper than physical clothing stores. Add that to the convenience of buying from the comfort of your home and cashless payments – and you have nothing to lose. 

Additional perks of choosing to buy affordable and fashionable clothing in Nigeria’s popular online stores are the frequent sales promotions they offer. They offer special discounts and seasonal deals, where they sell off clothes at much cheaper prices. Even more, they may offer to ship goods to your doorstep free of charge, when you buy above a certain amount. 

20 popular online stores where you can get reasonably-priced and quality clothing in Nigeria include:

Jumia, Konga, Payporte, Dealdey, The5KShop, AjeboMarket, All Things Chic, Sojoee, Mobosfashion, DavidWeg, Obeezi, Justkidsngr, Ruff n Tumble Kids, Dafunshop, Babybliss, ShopKiddiesWearHouse, TheShopVille, Dexstitches, Kaiglo and LagMall. 

Some of these stores are general stores that connect consumers to clothing stores for all genders and ages – Jumia, Konga and Payporte for instance. Some of them serve only men, such as Obeezi, Ajebomarket or DavidWeg; and others only women clothing. There are also clothing stores exclusively for children – Ruff n Tumble Kids, Babybliss, and Justkidsngr are typical examples. Ensure to check online for the stores that serve your needs and for competitive prices, before making any purchase. 

Factory Outlets

There are special factory outlets around Nigeria where you can purchase wholesale clothing. These outlets offer general and designer clothes for seriously discounted prices when you are buying them in bulk. They equally offer discounted prices for clothes that were overproduced, or out of season. If you are looking for cheap bulk bargains on clothes (including those from top brands), then you should check out these factory outlets. But you must ensure you check the product quality. Also compare the prices offered by different factory outlets you know in your state, before making a purchase. 

Targeted Deals: Check out Special Deals When They Come

You may as well target Sample sales and Seasonal deals offered by physical and online clothing stores, especially during festive seasons and special dates. 

For instance, there are seasonal sales such as Valentine, Black Friday, Easter, Christmas, and Muslim holiday deals when clothing stores offer heavily-discounted clothing to willing buyers. There are also sample sales, often held by clothing brands and manufacturers. Sample sales are discounted sales where old stock and designs are sold off at cheap prices, clear the way for new stock. Sample sales may take place in open markets. They may also be held at special events or venues (such as an exhibition center, trade fair center, hotel, or even online. Sellers may be willing to offer discounts of more than half of the original price. Some others may offer a ‘buy one, get one free’ or gift items for bulk purchases. 

Do you know of any other good places to get affordable clothing and fashionable clothing in Nigeria? Please let us know in the comment section. You are welcome.


You may not republish, reproduce, or redistribute any content on this website either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgment.
Proper acknowledgment includes, but not limited to;

(a) LINK BACK TO THE ARTICLE in the case of re-publication on online media,

(b) Proper referencing in the case of usage in research, magazine, brochure, or academic purposes,.
All contents are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1996 (DMCA).

The images, except where otherwise indicated, are taken directly from the web, if some images were inserted by mistake violating the copyright, please contact the administrator for immediate removal.

We publish all content with good intentions. If you own this content & believe your copyright was violated or infringed, please contact us at [] for immediate removal.

About the author

Robin Okwanma

Hi, I'm Robin Okwanma. Software Engineer || Django, Python || React, React Native || Blogger. Technical Writer.