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The Apparel, Luggage and Accessories specialty format of Reliance Retail, announced it’s much awaited ‘Ethnic Wear Festival’. Celebrate this spring summer with Reliance Trends’ new vibrant collection. You can find everything from bright casuals to gorgeous ethnic wear, sporty active clothing to stylish formals. That’s not all. You can also get a FREE ‘Clutch Bag’ worth Rs. 599/- on purchase of Rs. 1999/-.
Women will be spoilt for choice by a graceful ethnic collection that includes a variety of sarees, salwar-kameez sets, Kurtis in earthy & pastel shades, while Men’s ethnic wear comes in a choice of styles & fabrics that can fit any occasion. Elegant ethnics are also available for young girls & boys. With summers coming back it will be impossible to endure without t-shirts which come in every color, style & size. So rush to your nearest Reliance Trends store and pick your flavor of the season.
Reliance Trends is the fashion apparels and accessories specialty concept of Reliance Retail which houses some of the best brands from various parts of the world including many from Reliance’s own collection. The uniqueness of the store is the core which delivers “Fashion at great value”. It offers a homogeneous mix of private brands and brands across men’s, women’s and children’s categories.
The collection offers high fashion, latest trends, cuts and styles, top quality material backed by technology and innovation BUT at prices unmatched in the market. Reliance Trends was rated the most preferred department store as per the recent survey conducted by which Right Choice magazine. The survey, in which 1,917 people in 10 cities participated, revealed that relative newcomer Reliance Trends was the most preferred department store, with a customer score of 74%. It got four stars for service, in-store experience, price and product quality, and five stars for product range.
India Infoline News Service / 08:51, Feb 27, 2015
The outlook is a positive start .The unwinding of positions and rollover in the F&O expiry brought in the usual volatility on Thursday.