Pune: Mewar – the leading brand in men’s ethnic fashion, contemporary celebration wear and royal accessories, has carved a niche for itself in Maharashtra through consistent quality, rich design, and sincere customer service. Continuing its tradition of bringing the latest and best in modern ethnic wear, Mewar is launching yet another landmark in heritage style – the new Mewar ethnic store at Bajirao road.
The 5000 sq.ft. showroom is a sprawling palace of style fit for the modern royals. Featuring rich designs complete with a host of embellishments, craftwork, and embroidery, the showroom houses the finest range of men’s & boys’ ethnic wear including sherwanis, bandhgalas, indo-westerns, churidar kurtas, designer suits, pathanis, party wear, ready-mades, niche customized tailoring, festive specialties, accessories and much more… along with an in-house designer as well!
Jaihind, a legacy in quality clothing since 1980, has become the people’s favourite in Pune & beyond when it comes to multi-brand retail with stores at Laxmi Road, Kothrud, Aundh, Camp, Pimpri-Chinchwad & Kolhapur. With a rich experience in the textile & fashion industry, Jaihind realised the need for offering the best in men’s ethnic wear and launched Mewar – a signature Indian apparel and celebration wear brand that has redefined the style standards of the city.
The grand inauguration, which happened at the hands of renowned actress Sonalee Kulkarni, drew a tremendous response. In addition to the exclusive apparel, Mewar delighted visitors with an exciting offer – shop for Rs. 7000 & above to get flat 25% off. The majestic offer is active only between 20 & 22 January! So hurry – drop in at Mewar, next to N.M.V. school, Bajirao road, Nagarkar Taleem Chowk to discover your royal side.
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