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Soch unveils two new ethnic wear stores in Bangalore
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Aug '14
Leading Ethnic wear brand Soch unveiled its two new stores at New BEL Road and in J P Nagar to customers in Bangalore this July 2014. Soch is known for its wide range of designer ethnic wear that is both stylish, yet traditional with intricate designs. Ranging from everyday ethnic wear to festive wear, the brand caters to a spectrum of discerning audiences with varied tastes and style.

Inspired by the success of Soch outlets in Bangalore, the brand launched its newest store to cater to the customers demand in the region. Spread over of 2800 square feet at New BEL Road and 2200 square feet in J P Nagar stores respectively, the stores are innovatively designed to allow customers to get a glimpse of the different products on offer. Conceptualized by the brand's in-house team the store features an inviting and inspiring design which exudes the sophistication of the brand.

Speaking on the occasion of the store launch, Mr. Vinay Chatlani, Chairman and COO - Soch said, "We are very thrilled to launch our two new stores in Bangalore which makes it a total of 18th Soch outlets in the city. This marks a significant achievement for us and underlines the importance of this city for Soch. It has been our endeavour to enhance customer experience at our stores with the superior merchandise and services. We're looking forward to welcoming more customers from across Karnataka to the store."

About SOCH
SOCH launched its first exclusive outlet in February 2005, committed to fashionable range of designer wear for women at affordable price. The company based out of Bangalore, has 38 stores across India at convenient locations in Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli, Chennai, Coimbatore,Cochin, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Thane, Pune and Bhopal.

SOCH is one of the most loved ethnic brands in the country, designed for the modern Indian woman. The brand has redefined the traditional Indian outfit for women of all ages, who effortlessly balance work and home while still looking their best. The brand offers a wide range of stylish and elegant designer ethnic wear like sarees, salwar kameez, kurtis and bottoms.

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