New Delhi [India]January 3 (ANI/SRV): Polago Clothing, a fast-growing women’s fashion brand in the D2C sector, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary of successful business and introduced over 500 clothing designs this year. achieved a major milestone.
“A chance to express yourself”, Polago’s limited edition designs are always looking for new, innovative and easy-to-wear prints suitable for every occasion. A collection of fashionable and affordable luxury clothing aimed at sharing a vision of modern style with a forward-thinking approach.Available in sizes from XS to XXL, we have also developed nursing clothes especially for moms. During. They will soon be launching plus size dresses as well.The company now employs about 10 to his 12 direct employees, ships products worldwide and operates a dedicated online store.
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In addition to a wide range of lineups such as jumpsuits, coordinating sets, and western tops, we also develop maxi dresses and midi dresses. Pastel colors in clothes scream elegance, adaptability, and ease. Customers rarely complain about floral accents in almost any outfit.
Founded by Pooja Sanwal in 2017, the brand aims to develop a modern fashionwear label that makes affordable and unique clothing patterns an integral part of everyone’s wardrobe. You don’t come across dentist-turned-fashion-designer-turned-entrepreneurs every day. Pooja Sanwal is one of those women who everyone admires for her professional career. With her expertise, hard work and commitment, Polago aims to double her growth in the previous year.
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