Introducing Elefad, the women’s new clothing line redefines how women dress. The Store offers stylish and comfortable clothing that makes you feel beautiful and confident. From dresses and skirts to blouses and pants, they have everything you need to create chic outfits for any occasion. Elefad is committed to providing quality clothing at an affordable price. They offer a wide range of sizes to fit every body type, and the clothes are made from high-quality materials that are certain to last. If you’re looking for stylish, comfortable, and affordable clothing, Elefad is a perfect choice. Visit the website today to surf the collection of their clothing line and fill your wardrobe with stylish clothes.
Founders | Team
Elefad is founded by two fellows of New Delhi, Tanisha (Founder) and Kartik (Co-Founder) while practicing their first semester of computer science engineering. They decided to be the companions and formed the company with absolute hopes.
Tanisha Pratihast has been working in the fashion industry for two years. She has been a part of the success stories of various brands. Born in August 2001, she dreamed of working as a women entrepreneur. Learning the value of good quality fashion products, she devoted time to exploring the international market & putting up all her time and efforts into the company.
Kartik Bathla has five years of experience in marketing strategies & business branding. He has helped brands Shine My Wheels, Taj Indian Beer, Godly Cloud, and more for building their business & marketing strategies. He devoted time to making the website & planning the growth strategies of the company.
The Elefad team has many talented and experienced professionals in the fashion industry. The team has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in design, production, and marketing, and they are all dedicated to creating a successful and sustainable business. The team also includes experienced designers and stylists who help create the perfect look for each collection.
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