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Meet this 23-year-old fashionista who rolls out Laado range for your lovely kids

Women have phenomenal energy and there creativity remains unlimited, no matter what comes the challenge and what remains their age!

These facts prove real looking at Laado, a superb ethnic clothing range for kids, launched by a 23-year-old fashionista Harshita.

The young girl studied the psyche of parents who were sick running from one boutique to another to buy the best for their child.

Harshita wondered how she can make it convenient for them to shop for their kids and launched her brand- Laado which comes equipped with the beautiful and comfortable festive clothing for children starting from newborn to 16 years of age.

Meet this 23-year-old fashionista who rolls out Laado range for your lovely kids
Meet this 23-year-old fashionista who rolls out Laado range for your lovely kids

Harshita says, “We all shop for new lehengas or anarkalis to add on to the Diwali joy- but what about kids? Should they celebrate Diwali in jeans or a skirt? Moms are often at a loss when thinking about what their toddlers should wear for a wedding- it makes them wonder how they could have saved times had there been more options for kid’s festive wears? Going further, the problem of their ever-changing sizes is yet again a challenge.”

Looking at tremendous issues being faced by parents, “We, at Laado, launched a one-stop solution to all these troubles and created a range of vibrant and elegant options for festive clothing for children.
We encouraged customisations in terms of size, colour and even designs- in order to create the perfect outfit for your little munchkin.”

Meet this 23-year-old fashionista who rolls out Laado range for your lovely kids


Harshita says Ladoo promises parents of providing a seamless experience of a boutique.
“We just made life easier for so many parents. A child’s laugh is infectious, and we are dedicated to bringing smiles and cheer on children’s faces.”

The young girl also has a soft heart for a few unfortunate ones, for which she decided to donate 5% of her profits to the children’s NGOs. “I want to bring smiles for all kids and hence have been donating 5pc of my profits to NGOs working for kids,” she says.

Ladoo knows how to win millions of hearts by her simple deeds. Isn’t it?

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