My profession requires me to travel a lot & carrying too many clothes is a hassle. At the same time, there is no compromise on looking good. Nomad comes in handy. One ghaghra can be worn with so many supporting garments & yet look different each time.
I discovered Nomad on a trip to Delhi. At first I was unsure of carrying off such bright color. My friend who is a die-hard fan, insisted that I try on her ghaghra. When I wore it, I felt like a gypsy princess! I teamed it with a tee & we painted the town red. I was amazed at how easy it was to move around in the seemingly voluminous skirt. Now am a fan too.
My husband gifted me a Nomad skirt 2 years ago. I always thought that bright colors & flower prints were for village women & not stylish enough for city women but I was blown away by how fashionable Nomad had made it all look! Its only Nomad skirts for me now. Love you Nomad.
I have been living in the US for 10 years & always yearn for things that remind me of India. Nomad is a blessing in that sense. The bright colors & handloom fabrics are a constant reminder of our beautiful country. I look at Nomad not just as a piece of cloth but as a part of our culture.
I have now been wearing nomad for three years and have seen the range expand but the ghaghra remains my favorite. I love the freedom it gives me apart from the fact that I can pair it with anything. T-shirt, shirt, kurta or even a saree.
When I came across Nomad at an exhibition, I instantly fell in love with the clothes but wasnï¿½t sure if they would suit my body type? After all, I wasnï¿½t exactly thin & tall like the models in pix wearing them. I still couldnï¿½t resist buying a piece & I must say, it not only fit well but earns me attention & compliments whenever I step out wearing it. Nomad is now a staple in my wardrobe.
I just received my skirt in France today ,i bought Radha and i m in love with her fall and flare . I am really very happy with the product and service.Thanks Nomad keep it up... :) <3
I love my NOMAD, because it gives me my moves to dance People can't dance without alcohol but I can't dance without my ghagra.
The fits are simply awesome.. i am slightly big boned but Nomad falls like a dream on my body"... keep up the good work.. ;)
When I first came across NOMAD, the first thing I was bowled over by, were the super-bright colors that uplifted the entire surroundings by their sheer beauty! The reds, the lime greens, the blues… It seemed as if the whole rainbow palette had come alive in the twirl of the voluminous skirt. It changed my perspective on how I viewed the Indian rural fashion till then.
Jyoti Raghavan Khanduja