Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion by KAY KRAFT: Sharee, Salwar-Kamiz, Jewellary & accessories
Ever thought your Boishakh attire needs a fashionable look? You want something out-of-the-ordinary, but you just can’t find the outfit that suits your taste or you feel too uncomfortable wearing it. To your solution, this Pohela Boishakh 1419 brings you best fashion outfits including sharee, salwar-kamiz, fatua, punjabi, painted jewellery and more new accessories – a unique and alternative way to funk up your Boishakh attire.
Moreover, face painting is a very common part of Pohela Boishakh celebrations, but you don’t have to limit yourself to this. Painted necklace, bracelets, churis, rings, nose rings, and ear rings can be personalised according to the taste of the person wearing the jewellery. For instance, you can paint using alponas, adding bits of conventional tigers, owls, peacocks, and dhols. All sorts of colours and designs can be included, as well as glitters to spark up your painted jewelleries. This will bring distinctive styles and individualities to your Boishakh outfits. Painted jewellery may be a decorative fixture, but it is also a personal style statement. Let’s give it a try, shall we!
Shuvo Noboborsho 1419 everyone!
Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion by Kay Kraft (KK) BD
Kay Kraft, this year like every year has fashioned its garments for the Shuvo Noboborsho 1419 Phohela Boishakh celebration on April 14, on the regular sections of Fatua, Panjabee, Saree & Salwar Kamiz. Kay Kraft is a retailer and wholesaler of fashion wear, fashion accessories, home textiles, handicraft and handloom based products of Bangladesh.
Kay Kraft was established by the entrepreneurial wife and husband team of Khalid Mahmood and Shahnaz Khan. While still a University student, Shahnaz Khan first introduced Kay Kraft to the clientele through a home-show back in May 1993. The following home-shows during the years ’93 and ’94 were most significant for Kay Kraft to assess market potentiality, exposure to clientele and their expectations, experience with available recourses and those which could be created or refined. Major turning point arrived in ’95, Kay Kraft won the only fashion competition of the time – The Bichitra Eid Fashion Competition, where Kay Kraft took first place in the men’s section and was awarded a prize for the women’s section; the huge market response was no lesser significant.
KAY KRAFT Boishakhi Fashion Gallery 2012 (1419)
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