Fashion Bug brings the coolest deals this festive season

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Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka’s leading retail fashion stores with over 17 outlets island-wide, brings some of the coolest deals for the entire family to indulge themselves in this festive season. Rolling out its theme for this year ‘You better watch out’, shoppers can enjoy offers, deals and discounts of up to 20% on their favorite selections of both vintage and contemporary styles. 


Keeping up with changing lifestyles Fashion Bug houses its own brands such as Jobbs, Bigg Boss, Amazing Lanka, Givo, Amani, Hush amongst various others including renowned local wear brands such as LICC, Emerald, Focus, Ekko, and is also known a shopping destination for international brands such as Levis, Crocodile, Amante, GLO, Triumph to name a few.‘We love to see our shoppers indulging themselves in some fun-filled shopping experience this festive season and with our collection of offers and discounts everyone gets to fill their wardrobe that fits the bill’, said Shabier Subian, Director, Fashion Bug.


What's more, shoppers can now gift their loved ones the gift of their choice with the range of Gift vouchers. This signature product comes of great value to corporates whether its employee get-togethers, hosting up a Christmas party, sport festival or an award ceremony, as a part of employees promotions, or just about anything as a token of appreciation allowing you and your colleagues to celebrate this season in style. Fashion Bug offers special discounts for bulk purchases on Gift vouchers which are available in various denominations.


Fashion Bug commenced its operations since 1994 as a partnership business with 4 partners and a staff population of just 15, and today it possesses over 17 stores throughout the country with a workforce of over 1200 employees, and stands among the leading clothing stores in Sri Lanka catering with the fashion motto of 'Changing life Styles’. For more information please visit 

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