Anjani & Vishal
Established in 2017, Babli is a sustainable female clothing brand that encourages women to connect with their safe haven by offering them highquality products and the best experiences. Inspired by the saying that the happiest years are of youth, Babli inherits the idea from its ancestors, to design clothes that make people feel young. The firm has a huge admiration for the delicate textile craftspeople in the countryside; the rich tradition which is the foundation of organic and sustainable fashion. Babli aims to create a market where affordability and price points were taken into account along with sustainability. "We're here to conserve India's rich craft tradition and enhance artisan incomes, all while being ethical to everyone
Customers initially had doubts about the quality of Babli products due to their price, so the brand leveraged offline displays and social media to inform customers about how the company has succeeded in achieving sustainability at such low price points and promoting itself as an eco-friendly brand. Being transparent and honest with clients, according to Babli, is the ideal course of action because it promotes their faith in the company and helps it amass a loyal fan base of customers. "When we first started doing exhibitions, we advised visitors to leave a brief review whether it contained criticism or praise and no award we receive in the future will be as significant to us as our client's feedback since that is what keeps us operating. We will cherish this feedback for the rest of our lives," speaks Anjani, CEO, Babli.
We're here to conserve India's rich craft tradition and enhance artisan incomes, all while being ethical to everyone who works with us and conscious of the environment
Babli provides apparel for people of all shapes and sizes and allows customers to carry any style with the poise of a self assured personality regardless of body type. According to Babli, every woman should have access to reasonably priced, comfortable apparel which is why the brand has introduced contemporary designs that speak to women of today while maintaining the integrity of the handcrafted art. Babli claims that its products are a blend of urban, western, and ethnic attire and fall under categories such as shirts, dresses, jackets, and more. Some of the brand's products like stoles and excel accessories, waste made earrings, and necklaces are sold in exhibitions on a trial basis.
Since consumers are more likely to trust offline businesses than they are online, Babli contends that having both is essential. Hence, Babli is aiming to expand on as many platforms as possible. "Since we don't have many physical outlets, we host exhibitions to interact with our customers in person and build rapport. We currently sell products on our own website and would like to expand to other e-Commerce platforms. Once that happens, we may also launch a new category, such as children's clothing, men's clothing, or home décor", signs off Vishal.