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Dress up in style this wedding season with Hameedia

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01Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life and it symbolises the start of a beautiful journey. As a groom, all eyes will be on you and your bride, so it is truly important that you stand out and grace your special occasion in style. To ensure that you look your very best this wedding season, Hameedia, Sri Lanka’s leading menswear specialist has introduced a variety of offers that will give you the chance to pick and choose the ultimate selection of ceremonial attire. 

A total of three packages are available, and customers have to purchase a minimum of three suits and three shirts to be eligible for any package. The Basic Package is for bills amounting to Rs. 65,000 and above, which will be subject to a Rs. 10,000 discount. The Smart Package is for bills totally Rs. 95,000 and above, which will be eligible for a discount of Rs. 15,000, whilst the Exclusive package can be applied for bills that come to Rs. 150,000 and above, which will be subject to a discount of Rs. 25,000. The offers are available for all suits in the Ceremonial Collection. Customers can make the most of these savings at any Hameedia showroom.  

Additionally, all customers who opt for any of the packages will receive a discount voucher of 15% and two redeemable vouchers for their best men, family or friend

Commenting on the offer, Hameedia Managing Director Fouzul Hameed said: “Weddings are extremely important occasions and they mark the start of a significant journey. We want grooms to be able to look their very best and step out in style on the most important day of their lives, and our packages enable them to achieve that keeping affordability in mind. Weddings can be extremely expensive in their own right, so we hope that these offers will enable grooms to save on their ceremonial attire, without having to compromise on quality and style.”

Hameedia’s Ceremonial Collection feature an array of suits, tuxedos and formal wear in elegant colours and designs. Each suit has classic embellishments and can be tailored to suit a groom’s specific fit and preference. Hameedia specialises in MTM and Bespoke tailoring offering customers a unique customised clothing experience. Hameedia’s Grooming Consultants are also available at all retail outlets island-wide to ensure that grooms receive the very best styling advice for their wedding day. All grooming consultations at Hameedia are completely free of charge as the aim is to provide the customers a special experience for their special day.

From its inception back in 1949, Hameedia has cemented its place as the preferred menswear specialist with its world-class quality, custom tailoring and ready-made clothing. The company continues to make its presence felt locally and internationally with 30 outlets across Sri Lanka and stores in the Seychelles, Maldives and Australia respectively. Along with its own branded clothing and accessories which includes FH, Envoy, Le Bond and Signature. Hameedia also showcases Raymond, Lee, Adidas and other internationally renowned branded items.

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