Welcome to JangliBubli 🙂, we create one off beautifully crafted, unique, up-cycled designs – whether it be for your home, clothing items and accessories.
Various styled Bags: clutch, purses, satchels, rucksacks, tote bags and purses.
Home furnishings:- bed spreads, wall hangings, cushions.
Clothing: Kimonos, Kurtas, tops and skirts.
All our items are individually designed and created by Tara Rani boutique. We source and select vintage embroidered textiles throughout India. A lot of this intricate embroidery is 20-30 years old and still in perfect condition.
The fabrics are carefully selected from rural village and provide income to marginalized families. We also provide 10 percent back from each of our products to these individuals, to offer more support and livelihood back to the artisans of India. Our embroidered fabrics are core to the design and final product, all the materials obtained are of high quality.
We believe in recycling materials and using natural cloths to provide as little impact on the planet as possible.
Our products are complimented with 100% high quality cotton or linen and 100% ethically manufactured.
All of our bags have zip fastenings both outside and inside with pocket detailing and produced to international standards.
Our clothing items use both vintage banjara fabrics and high quality cottons to unite old Indian traditions and techniques with modern fashion for the current market trends.
Tara is one of our tailors who comes from a long line of Tailors, his 50 year family heritage was passed on to him and he’s spent the past 20 years producing bags, accessories, garments and home furnishings.
He works in his own sewing unit in India, producing products and has a very keen eye for colour coordination. Sewing and creating products for the western market is his pride and Joy. Each design he produces gives him a sense of satisfaction, Tara loves sourcing fabrics and then seeing what he can create with each one as every product is individual and made with love. His income goes directly towards supporting his family and children’s education, in the future he hopes to build his own house to support them further.