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LimeRoad launches Style Council with Neha Dhupia
Sep '13
India’s first social shopping platform LimeRoad.com, and the leading engagement platform with over 4 Lakh Facebook likes and 26 million page views per month, has launched the ‘The LimeRoad.com Style Council’, the ultimate authority on style.

Style Council brings on board 3 glamorous and intelligent women who will serve out style like never before. The Style Council members include the fiercely chic and ex Miss India Neha Dhupia, the most widely read Bollywood blogger Miss Malini and finally, the effervescent Gia Kashyap, celebrated fashion blogger.

Suchi Mukherjee, Founder & CEO LimeRoad.com said, “LimeRoad.com firmly believes that each woman is special and has a unique sense of style& expression.  We have given our users tools to express their sense of style through scrapbooking and creating looks. 

"Today we have over 30,000+ looks which are all absolutely unique and created by our community that is growing by 50% every month. We are looking forward to providing them with style inputs from LimeRoad.com Style Council.”

Neha Dhupia said on this association, “I have joined the ‘The LimeRoad.com Style Council’ to celebrate the spirit of the modern Indian woman and to be part of a platform where we as women can freely share our own sense of style.

"LimeRoad.com has created a unique feature whereby style-conscious women around the country can sit at home, create looks and earn money. This is a fantastic way to empower women and encourage them to be independent.”

Suchi says, “The LimeRoad.com Style Council is our effort to create a repository of fashion and style inputs by some of the most glamorous names that will be available to all style-seekers across the country. The Council members will not only sharewhat’s hot and what’s not, but will also interact with the LimeRoad.com’s scrapbooking community and users.”

About LimeRoad.com

LimeRoad is a fun and exciting way to discover, share and shop. A social-commerce platform targeted at the intelligent woman of today, it has an incredible width of carefully selected retailers, enabling customers to discover the best of lifestyle products across categories like apparel, accessories, home and non-perishable food.


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