Saffron by Nidhi Tholia - Bridal Wear in Jaipur - Shopkhoj

Saffron by Nidhi Tholia


Market :-

Products :- Bridal Wear  Salwar Suits  Sarees  Designer Wear  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Phone :- 0141- 2369986, 9828165614

Address :- C72 B, Sarojini Marg, C Scheme, Jaipur

Landmark :- Near Axis Bank

Parking :- Available

Price Range :- Rs 10,000 to 100,000

Payment Methods :- Card and cash

Bridal Lehengas – Saffron by Nidhi Tholia

Saffron by Nidhi Tholia is near the MI Road Shopping Market in Jaipur. It is not a very large store but several of her designs are displayed here. Nidhi Tholia, under the brand name Saffron, has a beautiful collection of dresses which is largely inspired by Mughal era costumes.

The salwar suits and sarees have a lot of traditional embroidery from Rajasthan and silver gotapatti (leather applique)work. They stock sarees, saree blouses, salwar suits, lehengas and short jackets. The colours are vibrant and the work is very intricate and grand. Bridal wear lehengas are very famous from this Jaipur shop.

The clothes would be customized to your requirements and measurements.

The styles and designs are contemporary. She has exhibitions of her couture dresses in various cities.

Jaipur shopping is incomplete without a visit to her designer shop.

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