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Hameedia unveils ‘The Grooming Studio’


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Hameedia, Sri Lanka’s leading menswear specialist recently introduced ‘The Grooming Studio’ – a total range of grooming solutions under one roof for grooms-to-be. Available at Hameedia showrooms island-wide, and run by Hameedia’s expert team of grooming consultants, ‘The Grooming Studio’ enables grooms to be completely wedding-ready and look their absolute best on the most important day of their lives.

‘The Grooming Studio’ offers two main types of suit ranges that cater to an array of different budgets. The Premium Suit range, which is available at the Envoy Mansion and all Hameedia outlets, includes four high-end suit packages, namely the Luxury Package which is priced at Rs. 500,000, the Esteem Package which is priced at Rs. 325,000, the Smart Package which is priced at Rs. 175,000 and the Classic Package which is priced at Rs. 100,000. The second range, the Budget Suit range, which is available at all Hameedia outlets comprises three suit packages, including Package 1 which is priced at Rs. 80,000, Package 2 which is priced at Rs. 60,000 and Package 3 which is priced at Rs. 40,000. Both the Premium Suit range and the Budget Suit range will be on offer until 31 August 2018. Each of the packages feature timeless staples and suits made from the finest fabrics and adorned with plush finishes and embellishments.

In an effort to provide more flexible payment methods to its clientele, Hameedia also recently introduced a 6-12 month interest-free instalment scheme via Sampath Bank, for any suit within the price range of Rs. 10,000-Rs. 250,000.  With its wide and exclusive range of tuxedos, linen suits, wedding national kits and wedding kurtas, Hameedia is able to meet the needs of any type of wedding, whether it’s a spectacular event on the beach, a lively Indian celebration, a vibrant traditional ceremony or a grand ballroom affair.

In addition, Hameedia offer Bespoke Gifting solutions in this wedding season. Customers can include products from Hameedia, including gift vouchers or products from another supplier or even personal item, which they want to include – and Hameedia will create a delightful gift pack. The menswear brand is going the extra mile by offering its services to source any product or item as per customers’ requirements for added convenience during the busy season. This offer will allow customers to design personalised gift packs for their loved ones. The offer is valid until 31 August at selected Hameedia showrooms. 

Commenting on its newest offering, Hameedia Managing Director Fouzul Hameed stated: “We are pleased to launch this new concept, ‘The Grooming Studio’, which is essentially a one-stop grooming solution for grooms-to-be from all walks of life. Our highly professional grooming consultants, who are well-versed in the art of dressing and preparing a groom for his big day, are well-geared to handpick the ideal outfit to suit the needs and style of each individual client, right down to the last detail.”

 


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