Ramina Clothing and Accessories Launched, Heavy Discounts in all Products!
११ असार २०७६, बुधबार १३:००
12 June 2019, Ramina Clothing and Accessories, a boutique store has been inaugurated at Sundhara, Kathmandu (near to Dharahara) today. In the occasion of its inauguration ceremony, Boutique has announced special discount offers in all of its products for the first two days. All bridal wears in the boutique has a 25% discount, all party clutches and accessories have 10% discount, all Kurti and suits has a 15% discount and all Saris has up to 20% discount offers.
Proprietor Mina Pokharel Ghimire said, “Our experienced designers have carefully picked special and unique pieces of fabrics as well as readymade garments from popular celebrity destination of India such as Mumbai, New Delhi, and Surat”.
She claimed that most of the Lehengas, Gaaun, Saadi, Kurta, Suit, Party Clutches, Jhumkas and other accessories that are available here are unique pieces and are not easily available in Kathmandu market. She added that “we focus on comfort as much as we focus on the designs, and our experienced tailors provide the services accordingly. In addition to that, to those customers who are confused and lack the design sense, we also provide design counseling services for free of cost”.
The boutique has aimed at providing quality products at a reasonable price and is specially targeted to young girls and women. The boutique is located in the central location of Kathmandu, which has been an added advantage for those customers who want to find the location.
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Ramina Clothing and Accessories, Sundhara, Gahanabahal, Araniko Complex, Kathmandu, Nepal
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