Soch announces Red Dot Sale, exciting offers in Soch stores and online – ThePrint

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Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], Aug 3 (ANI / NewsView): The racing season is back and Soch, the one-stop destination for all your ethnic needs, has announced its highly anticipated Red Dot Sale.

The sale, which begins today in Soch stores across the country, will offer discounts of up to 50% on a wide selection of sarees, salwar suits, kurtis, tunics and clothing.

At Soch’s Red Dot sale you can elevate your wardrobe for every event in your life and choose looks for intimate gatherings or weddings, Soch has it all. They offer a wide range of cotton and Chanderi Kurtis in a multitude of colors, with refreshing prints and eclectic silhouettes. Then there are salwar costume sets in sleek designs, rich hues, and flowing fabrics that make a statement as secondhand clothing.

Discounted sarees are versatile and you can choose from a whole range of materials including cotton, silk, georgette, fabric, and mesh. Intricate embroidery and sophisticated styling are the hallmarks of the sarees on offer. Now you can get Soch’s elite ethnic clothes at affordable prices and experience your true self with every outfit you own from Soch.

Mark your calendars and save the date of the Red Dot sale! Discover the collection at a Soch store near you or online at www.soch.com. Now available at reduced prices, the Kurti and Kurti suits at Rs. 598. Salwar suits at Rs. 1498. Saris from Rs. 998.

Follow Soch on Instagram at – @sochstories, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest at – Soch, Linkedin – Soch Apparels Pvt. Ltd. for regular updates.

Soch launched its first exclusive outlet in February 2005, engaged in a trendy line of ethnic clothing for women at affordable prices. The Bangalore-based company has 137 stores (in 53 cities) in convenient locations in Ahmedabad, Angul, Bangalore, Bareilly, Bellary, Belgaum, Bhimavaram, Bhopal, Calicut, Cochin, Chennai, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Delhi, Davangere, Dharwad, Gulbarga, Guntur, Gurgaon, Goa, Hubli, Hyderabad, Hospet, Indore, Jamshedpur, Kanpur, Kannur, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mangalore, Manipal, Mumbai, Mysore, Nellore, Nizamabad, Patna, Pahmundry, Pondicherry, Rajichéry Ranchi, Raipur, Shivamogga, Salem, Thane, Trivandrum, Tumkur, Trichy, Vadodara, Vijayapur, Vijayawada, Vizag and Zirakpur.

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