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testimonials

Mahima Dhawan

New Delhi | Visual Designer

I bought a dressfolk linen saree for the first time a couple of months back at an exhibition and I still remember it took me less than 5 mins to make up my mind about the purchase.

The saree is one of a kind, lightweight and the most minimal piece of clothing I own. I have paired it with different things at different occasions but always got equal amount of compliments on how beautiful it looks. My mom wants to steal it from me, it’s that good.

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Anokhi Shah

Ahmedabad | Chef, Actor, Content Creator

“Something I’ll always remember of Dressfolk is how seamless everything is - both the product and the shopping experience. I’d loved a specific sari with silver zari details, and that one got sold out. They had a similar one with gold details, and instead of a simple no, I remember them especially getting the silver one woven for me. And all of this, simply over a direct message on Instagram.”

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Dr. Netika

Agra | Pediatric Dentist

The sustainability of fabrics is something that matters to me. I like investing in garments that can be worn in multiple ways, on multiple occasions. So, when I stumbled upon their Instagram page, this particular garment caught my eye. The fact that it's reversible and versatile, I just had to have it in my wardrobe. And when I received it, the finished product was so beautiful The inseams are so clean since it's reversible. It truly can be worn inside out and look fab. I wore this as a shrug and as a blazer dress. And it was perfect both ways.

Artisans

The Heart Of Dressfolk

The future of fashion and the planet relies on people – especially the people who hand-make our clothes. Over 65% of child labour across the globe is employed by the fashion industry and India is a participant. Not only is it unethical but also unproductive. Aren't we giving up too much, for too little?

The future of fashion and the planet relies on people – especially the people who hand-make our clothes. Over 65% of child labour across the globe is employed by the fashion industry and India is a participant. Not only is it unethical but also unproductive. Aren't we giving up too much, for too little?

Stories

Some very personal tales of the folks who’ve loved us while being on their own journeys.

Tanvi Johri

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Megha Vishwanath

Megha Vishwanath

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Nitya Uppal

Nitya Uppal

SANGUINE. POSITIVE. ASSERTIVE. NITYA UPPAL Assistant Editor - POPxo 2 MIN READ   Conviction is a virtue, hard to find. But when Nitya Upp...

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