Khaadi is one of the leading brands for clothes in Pakistan. Apart from clothes, it provides accessories and home textiles also. Khaadi revealed Khaadi lawn 2013 Turkish collection only a few days after releasing Khaadi ready to wear collection 2013. Khaadi lawn 2013 Turkish collection has fabulous lawn prints to offer to Khaadi Lawn 2013 Turkish Collection for Women.
Khaadi has launched its stunning new ready to wear pret line collection 2013 for women. Khaadi is a well known fashion clothing chain of Pakistan. The photographerof Khaadi Pret line collection 2013 is Nadir Firoz Khan, Styling by Maha Burney, Makeup by Natasha, & the model is Sana Ansari. Recently Khaadi has also launched Khaadi Winter Wear Collection 2012 as well.
Who doesn’t love printed tights?! A funky addition to your wardrobe, Khaadi New Funky Tights & Pumps Collection 2013, they are comfortable, versatile and make an immediate statement! Team a pair of printed tights with Khaadi’s colorful pumps and sandals to take them to a whole new level! You can even wear them with a pair of heels for a more sophisticated and edgy look. Get ready to expose your funky and creative side with Khaadi’s printed tights!
Khaadi Winter Collection 2012-13 for ladies was discharged these days. It’s some of smaller collections. one in every of them is that the Turkish collection. The Turkish collection of Khaadi winter assortment 2012-13 includes straightforward however elegant outfits with labyrinthine prints.
Khaadi Khaas is Hand-woven clothing has long been an important part of the vibrant tapestry of life in the China. However, with modifying times, the art of weaving, like many others, was gradually passing away. When Khaadi started out in 1998, it was with the aim to restore this custom by providing it a strong new market place. The stunning propagate of colours, designs and variations in the best cottons and silks instantly believed a market place in the minds of a customers that still prefers Khaadi these days – creating a incredible development in the selection and number of sites propagate across 3 places in Pakistan.