The Bangladeshi clothing industry is renowned globally, which has been contributing about 35% of the total export earnings for the last two decades. That being said, Bangladesh has seen a rise in the local brands for the past three decades. And, almost every year, several news brands emerge, which surge the competition in the highly competitive market. Among the hundreds of brands, it is difficult to sort out the best ones and narrow the list. Still, we have listed the 10 best men's wear clothing brands in Bangladesh. Read on to check out the list and see if those are also in your top 10 list too.
Popular men's wear clothing brands in Bangladesh
Today's young generation will not understand the nostalgic feel of Cats Eye; only a 90's kid knows the value of this brand. With the introduction of new brands, Cats Eye appears to lose its appeal. However, it is still one of the top brands in Bangladesh. Cats Eye always served casual outfits to the men. Later they have introduced the formal product line too with the new brand Monsoon rain. Besides, they offer both men's and women's clothes, including Shirts, Pants, T-shirts, Punjabi, Kameez, shoes, accessories, and more.
Sayeed Siddiqui Rumi and Ashrafun Siddiqui Dora founded the Cats Eye in 1980. In the past four decades, they have opened up many showrooms across the country, but the most famous one is located in New Elephant Road, which took the brand to a new level. You can find the products online at www.catseye.com.bd.
Richman started their operation in around 2003, which is a wing of the parent company Lubnan Trade Consortium Ltd. They focused on making all types of fashionable wear such as casual, formal, ladies dresses and kids' items too. However, the mother company operates through three separate brands Lubnan, Richman, and Infinity. Apart from buying Richman products from stores, you can buy online too at www.richmanbd.com. Mohammad Junaid founded Richman with the aim to provide top-notch garments to mid-level buyers in Bangladesh.
Yellow is one of the top-notch brands in Bangladesh founded by the Beximco group. Although founded in 2004, they have reached the top position within a short period. Normally, Yellow serves the interest of the young generation for both males and females. Hence, you will get the Men's, Women's, Children's Apparel & Accessories. Access the products online at www.yellowclothing.net.
Aarong was founded in 1978 by Ayesha Abed and Martha Chen to bring out the Bangladeshi heritage to the urban area and the world. Aarong is operated by the BRAC. They mainly focus on traditional wear such as Panjabi, Pajama, saree, and Fatua. However, Aarong also offers gift sets, shoes, home crafts, accessories, and more. Unlike other brands, Aarong does not have so many branches. Currently, they operate in nine metropolitan areas through their 21 outlets. They also offer online shopping too via their website www.aarong.com.
A new addition to the Bangladeshi fashion industry, Sailor started their business in 2015. And within just 6 years, they have grabbed enough attention due to the high-end dresses at a relatively cheap price. Their product line includes Punjabis, Shoes, shirts, t-shirts, accessories, and more. Besides the man collection, they also offer products for women, such as Kameez, Kurtis, Tops, footwear, bottoms, and more. Sailor is a sister concern of Epyllion Group. Find them online at https://www.sailor.clothing/.
Grameen UNIQLO Ltd is another popular clothing brand in Bangladesh. It is a social business initiative owned by Grameen Bank. It was founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Prof. Muhammad Yunus. Grameen Uniqlo was established in 2011 and will open around 15 stores in Dhaka City by 2018. Currently, they have 21 stores, including some stores in suburban areas. They focus on casual and traditional wear including, t-shirts, pants, shirts, Punjabis, accessories, and more. Uniqlo's motto is to ensure a safe work environment for factory workers. Found them online at http://www.grameenuniqlo.com/.
Ecstasy is another brand that is valued by young stars. Ecstasy is highly popular among the young generations who are aware of fashion and want to wear fashionable clothes while going to universities or even for social gatherings. And the brand has been successfully meeting the demand of the current generation. Founded in 1997 by Tanjim Haque, has become one of the largest fashion retailers in Bangladesh. They offer Men's jeans, casual shirts, t-shirts, casual pants, women's tops, Kameez, bags, accessories, kids' wear, and more. You can visit their website at http://ecstasybd.com to grab your Eid shopping from home.
Starting from a small outlet, now Le Reve has become one of the choice able brands regardless of age. They have collections for all ages, from kids to older people. Le Reve offers ethnic wear, casual dresses for both men and women, denim, accessories, and more. Le Reve is a sister concern of REVE Tex Ltd. Le Reve started the business publicly in 2009. See the products at https://www.lerevecraze.com/.
Freeland started their journey in 2003, and by the next ten years, they grew like a giant. They have introduced a new trend in the Bangladeshi fashion industry for the youth and office-going people. By the name 'Freeland' they meant the freedom of choosing your clothes. They supply men's and women's apparel, along with footwear and accessories. Their website address is http://freeland.com.bd/.
Trendz stepped into the fashion industry in 2004 with its first outlet at Bashundhara City shopping mall. Within the last 17 years, they have opened 8 showrooms across the country. They offer midrange products. As a result, they were able to grab the attention of the mass higher middle-class population. They mainly offer trendy t-shirts and shirts as well as women's apparel. Visit www.trendzbd.com to see the Trendz products.
Whether you are fashion-conscious or someone who wants quality products, we are sure that you have visited any of these stores at least once in your life and bought something. Now you can buy online instead of going out during this COVID-19 pandemic and stay safe at home.