Size-inclusive brand ‘PowerSutra’ celebrates your hidden curves with its customised clothing options

Every woman holds their perspective of the world and don clothes that not only wrap around their body but reveal a lot about their personal style and preferences. The era has changed and now the fashion industry is striving to include size-inclusive workwear in the mainstream fashion industry. One such fashion enthusiast who is embarking on this revolution to include every size as a part of the conversation is Dr. Pooja M. Through her sense of style and one-of-a-kind approach, Dr. Pooja M looks forward to empowering every woman to live a life of style.

With the aim to bring sustainable and affordable customised fashion solutions to the table, Dr. Pooja M founded PowerSutra which yields an option for customization of outfits for all sizes from XXS to 15Xl. By providing desk-to-dinner fashion solutions under one roof, the brand is carving its niche in the workwear fashion segment. The concept of empowerment means different things to different women, which gets reflected through their outfits and fashion choices. And Dr. Pooja M is one such renowned personality who is guiding people to not hide their curves but rather exude confidence and comfort via their fashion wardrobe. 

Style is not all about sporting the trendiest outfits, but it’s about highlighting the best features of your body. The brand PowerSutra breaks the traditional norms that tell women to abide by certain rules or regulations. In fact, Dr. Pooja is coming forward and making every possible effort to introduce exclusive styles that let one channel their confidence in a boardroom. As the world is changing and women are climbing the corporate stairs. The brand ‘PowerSutra’ ensures the use of fashion as a powerful tool for self-expression and self-liberation.

PowerSutra, a workwear brand caters to women of all shapes, and sizes, to help them celebrate their bodies. The brand offers customised clothing that reinvents the conventional formal fashion. With the vision to bring together style, trend, comfort, functionality, and elegance in one place, Dr. Pooja M is standing tall on her principles and policies and introduces size-inclusive fashion choices among the customers. 

Talking about her successful fashion journey, Dr. Pooja M says, “I have always been inspired to curate pieces that not only accentuate the features of individuals but help them to empower themselves in the ever-changing world. I believe that the first step in establishing your sense of style is to know who you are exactly from the inside. Apart from this, what makes us stand out from the crowd is our customised formal pant-suit collection that ranges from XXS to 15XL.”

Power dressing refers to an individual’s unique style that shows their position and authority in business or at the workplace. Dr. Pooja M, founder of PowerSutra is going the extra mile to grace the wardrobes of fierce women who aren’t afraid to question the status quo and be bold, impactful, and confident in everything they do. What distinguishes the brand from other members of the fashion realm is the ‘customised pant-suit diversified clothing range’ that only a few brands are catering to. 

With this, the brand has effectively mounted a challenge to society’s excessive beauty standards imposed on women. Customers can construct their own fashion boardrobe using the brand’s design template, which is both trendy and personal. Each fabric is designed to be an extension of its owner’s personality, custom-made to their preferences and thus one-of-a-kind.

Made-to-measure clothing brand ‘PowerSutra’ uses clothing to promote unity through empowering and supporting diverse body types. By providing sustainable and sound styles that maintain a consistent fit across our wide range of sizes, Dr. Pooja M is among a handful of fashion enthusiasts who are always pushing the needle forward in terms of beauty and diversity.

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