An exciting new clothing brand based in Surat is making its way to your hearts!
Surat (Gujarat) [India], February 1: The frenzy brand Kaambhari is launched by young entrepreneurs from Surat, Gujarat. The brand makes quirky T-shirts to transform the styling of today’s generation.
As part of the affordable apparel available, the brand offers a wide variety of t-shirts for college students, artists, and people of all ages.
What’s the ideology behind Kaambhari?
From an old saying- “kaam mein vazan hona chahiye!” to youngsters using the word “bhaari” very frequently so as to mean groovy in today’s language!
So as such, the brand name is the result of a confluence of this saying and the desire of the owners to present something unique, stylish, and catchy in the marketplace.
What’s bhari in Kaambhari?
They offer premium t-shirts with eye-catching designs made from high-quality fabrics that are sure to catch your attention from the very beginning.
Besides this, they also offer tempting cute stuff along with their garments that will take you on a trip down memory lane and bring back happy memories bringing an emotional touch to everyone opening a parcel from “Kaambhari”
Journey of Kaambhari
From Instagram to flea markets in different cities across the country, Kaambhari started its journey from capturing the attention of a wide audience to capturing the attention of loyal customers and building a heart-to-heart connection.
Their goal is to become a major market player in the textile industry. The brand is soon launching an online store to expand its horizons beyond its borders.
So if you desire to take your first step into the cool and trendy world, Kaambhari is your brand!
Follow them at: https://www.instagram.com/kaambhariofficial/
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