Meet Mompreneur Kavitha of Kavitha’s Workshoppe

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#MyBusinessMantra

“Woman, love thy self, adorn thy self, pamper thy self, thou deserves  it!”

#MyInspiration

The inspiration behind Kavitha’s Workshoppe is the “Woman” who is both passionate and compassionate and  who feels the need to  look beautiful-both on the inside and outside. She loves to dress and accessorise well.

Our jewellery is likened to her passion and compassion to the fact that a part of the proceeds from Kavitha’s Workshoppe goes to Sri Vidhya’s School for the Special Children.

Kavitha’s WorkShoppe adds to a woman’s beauty and compliments her personal style of dressing with exclusive Hand-Crafted, Ethnic and Contemporary Jewellery.

#MyStory

Kavitha’s Workshoppe was born out of a need to have a better work-life balance and what better way than to convert my childhood love for jewellery into a business venture?

Being an MBA by education, the initial plunge into a corporate career was natural. Post my children, the need to have a balance started taking precedence. I became restless and started questioning the very working of a full-time corporate job where efficiency  was perceived as directly proportional to the time spent in office, flexibility was considered unprofessional and  was frowned up, working from home was viewed with suspicion.  At this time, after various endeavours with different jobs, finally decided to take the plunge into my own venture and have never looked back!

My stint with Von Maur, USA, honed my jewellery skills and with a lot of support from family (especially my sister-in-law) and close friends, Kavitha’s Workshoppe was born in 2011.

 Kavitha’s Workshoppe is into exclusive Hand-Crafted, Ethnic and Contemporary Jewellery.

Initially, most of the jewellery was sourced. Currently, we also have hand-crafted exclusive beaded, wired, contemporary and Indo-western jewellery. Jewellery which can be worn equally at ease with a Kurti or a T-shirt, a dress or a sari.

Click here to buy from Kavitha’s Workshoppe

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