Frontier Bazar is backed by Guru Nanak Exports, a government recognized trading house, with its head quarter in Phagwara, Punjab. The company is exporting Indian garments to many countries since past two decades.
It is India's leading manufacturer exporter in indian garments. the company deals in high class and exclusive collection on hand embroidered Indian ethnic ladies wear and plain/ printed and embroidered fabrics of all varieties. the group has been into this business for the past 50 years
I bought a suit for a semi formal occasion on 3/8/2013 in banarasi georgette. I loved the suit under all the glimmering yellow lights which added to the shine of the cloth. We had t all the praises and the wows for the brand and with that impression we decided to buy that suit which was worth 8500INR. But when we opened it at home, we discovered that all the Banarasi work on the neck and sleeves, both hidden under the stone work and otherwise, was OXIDIZED(black). On further examination, even the stone work was old and damaged on the sleeves and neck joints. I am really surprised if even the brand like this would commit such a blunder and sell us old refurbished stuff at such a high price. I feel cheated and wonder if there in wow element left about this brand anymore. Even though Frontier Bazaar calls themselves a big brand, I would suggest that all customers should check the stuff thoroughly before buying rather than trusting their reputation blindly. I dont plan to buy my any further wedding trousseau from this place which i previously wished.
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