Friday, May 14, 2010

Khaadi Boutique

Hand woven fabric has long been a native part of the rich tapestry of life in the East. However, with changing times, the art of weaving, like many others, was slowly dying. When Khaadi opened its doors in 1998 by Shamoon Sultan, his aim was to revive this tradition. They offer a dazzling spread of colours, textures and styles in the purest cottons and silks in a range of products. Today khaadi have a number of outlets spread across 5 cities in Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad and Sialkot).

The interior in each outlet is very fascinating. Simple designed wooden floors and light coloured walls, give an earthy feel that brings the traditional feel. The entire products are in orderly manner like clothing items are hanged, there is some stuff that you would find lying on the shelves. All the outlets are organized and divided into sections, which makes it easier and convenient for customers to shop.

Khaadi’s product range which includes:
• Khaadi Men
• Khaadi Women
• Accessories
• Home accessories
Khaadi Men is a clothing line for men which include clothing for all occasions like basant party, mehndi etc. Khaadi Women is a major reason for Khaadi’s rise to fame. They offer a diverse selection of stitched and unstitched fabrics which includes both long and short Kurtas and unstitched three piece suites.In Accessories, they offer a slippers, chunky jewellery, hand woven scarves in every colour and highly trendy hand bags to further add charm to your outfit. In Home Accessories, cushion covers, table runners are available in different colours and designs.

The Price Range of Kurtas at Khaadi more or less fall into the price range of Rs. 1000 to Rs. 20,000 if you are going out to buy something really trendy. Unstitched fabric for women starts from Rs. 3000. In accessories, you could find a bag that costs Rs. 500. Slippers fall into the same price range while jewellery costs a Rs. 1500 and more. As far as the home d├ęcor items are concerned, you would find stuff starting from Rs.500 and ending at Rs. 6000. So there is not really a specific price range that we can quote. It’s up to the customer choice.

Addresses of Khaadi’s outlet in different cities:

LAHORE: 15-L, M .M .Alam Road, Mini Market, Gulberg II, Lahore
Phone: (042) 587- 8663-4

117- Y Block, Phase 3 DHA, Lahore
Phone: (042) 589-9155-66

ISLAMABAD: Shop No. 1, 2 & 3 Ground Floor, Mount Plaza, Plant No. 16/A, F-6
Phone: (051) 282-7656

FAISALABAD: Shop No. 10 C, Do Burj Shopping Mall, Jaranwala Road.
Phone: (041) 8711542-24

SIALKOT: Shop 3, 11 & 12, 15 Division Welfare Complex, V Mall, Sialkot Cantt

KARACHI: 17-C, 6th Zamzama Commercial Lane
Phone: (021) 536 0161-2

Shop No. 9A & B, Royal Apartment, KDA Scheme 1
Phone: (021) 438 3418-9

3 comments:

  1. Why does Khaadi not have its own website?

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    1. http://www.khaadi.com.pk/main.html

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  2. I am a lover of Khaadi! it possible to make an order for Khaadi clothes from Tajikistan? if yes, shall we discuss the payment and shipment procedures? here is my email address: (malika_abdul@hotmail.com)
    Thank you and regards,
    Malika

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