Khaadi Perfume Price in Pakistan

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You are looking for a fragrance that will help you stand out from the crowd? Then, Khaadi provides you with an extensive selection of fragrances for both genders. The fragrances from Khaadi undoubtedly have an eye-catching quality. The fragrance line of Khaadi draws inspiration from Pakistan’s lively traditions and rich cultural legacy. With Khaadi Perfume, you can find a fragrance that suits your budget, whether you’re searching for something floral or more woodsy and masculine. In this article, the Khaadi perfume price in Pakistan is given below:

Khaadi perfume price in Pakistan

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Key Features

  • True Pakistani fragrances
  • Captures the spirit of Pakistani history and culture
  • Honors Pakistan’s diversity and attractiveness
  • It is ideal for anyone looking for a special and significant scent experience

Main Accords

  • Floral
  • Spicy
  • Woody

Khaadi perfume price in Pakistan

 Notes

  • Top Notes: Pear, Green Notes.
  • Middle Notes: Tiger Orchid.
  • Base Notes: Sweet Toffee Caramel, Indonesian Patchouli.

Price

Khaadi perfumes are generally considered affordable luxury fragrances. A 100ml bottle of Khaadi perfume typically retails for around PKR 2,500.

FAQs

Why are Khaadi fragrances special?

A blend of floral, spicy, and woody notes, Khaadi perfumes capture the spirit of Pakistan’s culture, customs, and natural beauty, making them stand out due to their original Pakistani inspiration.

 What is the longevity of Khaadi perfume?

Individual factors including skin type, ambient conditions, and the particular smell affect how long Khaadi perfume lasts. Still, Khaadi fragrances are renowned for having a moderately to strongly lingering aroma.

What is the price of Khaadi Storm perfume in Pakistan?

Taking the world by storm with warm, woody notes and a slight hint of smoky and sweet Storm price is Rs 3,990. Available in stores and online.

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