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Cambridge Apparels to celebrate 6 decade in styling Indian male

Cambridge as a brand synonymous with readymade apparels for men enters in its consecutive 60th year. Initiated as a single store in South Mumbai in the early 1960’s to cater to the apparel needs of men, Cambridge today has over 25 stores in Mumbai and over 500 stores across the country.

Cambridge as a brand also has its retail presence in the Middle East and South American Markets. As one of the largest readymade apparel brands.
Cambridge is credited for introducing elegant, smart and trendy designs at affordable prices.

With its decent pricing, quality, and range Cambridge soon became the preferable brand for men across age groups for that special touch during their key occasions. Be it the first day at college or that important job interview or even engagement, Cambridge has always been a part of many of these special events.

Starting out with just shirts for men, Cambridge today has evolved into a brand that provides complete wardrobe and fashion accessories solutions for men across ages for any occasion. #Cambridge@60 encompasses the essence of ‘New’.

The brand continues to be a part of customer’s lives, by offering new products, new styles and new experiences to them.

As part of their 60 years celebrations Cambridge Apparels soon plans to unveil special offers on their new designs that are sure to keep the brand loyalist happy and attract new ones.

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