PrettyPleaseMe is all about aesthetically and creatively organizing a girl’s accessories in an ingenious style. The brand innovatively resolves everyday nuisances like cluttered wardrobes, scattered accessories, messy drawers, pilled scarves, stuffed bags and lost ornaments. Such pickles have been bothering every woman, college-going or a working professional and PrettyPleaseMe manages them with ease. The products are benchmarked in accessory organizing with curated designs that not only put them in order methodically, but also embellishes the room with perky colors, contemporary patterns and gorgeous sequences. They are preeminently designed to create an experience and craft beautiful memories for every girl who is in love with her embellishments. Peppy hues, cheerful and bright delineations, voguish products and picturesque craftsmanship redefine the individual’s style statement and ensure a customer’s delight.

The brand’s ability to adapt ahead and envisage adds an intrinsic worth to its products at the most affordable price range. The products derive inspiration from real life problems and the brand is committed to revolutionize the personal accessory management industry on the whole. An exclusive range of products like Lipstick Organizer, Multi-purpose Storage Trunks, Wall-mounted Jewelry Stand, Scarf-Hanger and Bag Stand have already carved out a niche in the market. PrettyPleaseMe contemplates to continuously contribute in delivering high quality products at an exceptional value.

Our sole aim is to design and develop products that help in the organization of the most important stuff in a girl’s life.

Ms. Sakshi Monga – Founder & Director at Pretty Please Me

A distinguished and an acclaimed personal stylist, Sakshi has an exceptional and remarkable fashion cognizance. Her ability to master hues and emblazoned designs inspired her to establish PrettyPleaseMe that provides contemporary solutions to organize a girl’s accessories in the best possible manner. Her phenomenal fashion sense was further honed by her formal education in Fashion Merchandising and Production from Pearl Academy. She was appreciated for her noteworthy work while interning at an Export House. Amidst her numerous, yet diverse and enunciated work assignments, she was chosen to work with world’s one of the biggest fashion and lifestyle bandwagon magazines – Vogue.