Shirtworks, The Home of Menswear, is proud to announce the launch of their new and enhanced flagship store, located at No. 415, Galle Road, Bambalapitiya, Colombo 04. This exciting new location is in close proximity to where the store was previously located, making it even more accessible to their valued customers.
Emerald International Ltd. Executive Director M.M.M. Ihsan share his thoughts: “The all-new store in Bambalapitiya, is very much another milestone in our gradually expanding retail sector. In the future, we hope to expand even further to ensure that our diverse portfolio of products is made available throughout Sri Lanka.”
As the retail arm of Emerald, one of Sri Lanka’s pioneers in menswear and apparel manufacturing, Shirtworks is one of the premier destinations for menswear in Sri Lanka. The all-new flagship store is home to a rich collection of top-end men’s brands like Emerald, Leonardo, Crocodile, and ED’s Array, and a wide range of products to suit every need.
Crocodile & Shirtworks General Manager Preminda Fernando also commented: “We are extremely excited to see the opening of our new flagship store in Bambalapitya. The new and improved location offers a much more in-depth shopping experience and an unparalleled range of brands and designs to choose from. We look forward to bringing bigger and better experiences to our customers in the future.”
The product range on offer includes everything from formal and casual shirts, polos, t-shirts, denims, chinos, formal pants, leather wear, and men’s accessories. Shirtworks also offers custom tailoring services to ensure that clothes fit perfectly.
At Shirt works, high quality is part of the company’s DNA, and this is reflected in the brands and products that are available, as well as the service level that is maintained in stores. The staff is committed to providing customers with the best possible shopping experience and to ensuring that they leave the store feeling satisfied and confident.
Other locations for Shirtworks stores include Colombo 03, Panadura, and Nawam Mawatha.