XXS Fashion Announces the Launch of Unconventional Office Dresses Teamed With Extra Comfort

XXS fashion introduces its latest addition of office apparels for both men and women in its online store. The dress material is soft and is likely to suit everyone, without causing any irritation to the body.

Hochiminh, Vietnam - April 5, 2020 / / —

XXS fashion announces its launch of new office dresses for both genders - men and women and does away with the regular ones. These unique dresses are customer -tailored by renowned designers to bring out the best informal outlooks.
Besides, the dress material is also kept in check to avoid causing irritation or itchiness on wearing the same for longer hours. The dresses are claimed to have undergone a lengthy process of inspection while manufacturing.

In this regard, one of the spokespeople of XXS fashion went on to say about the technologies used in the production process. He said, “We use advanced technologies in our manufacturing unit so that each dress is uniformly designed and matches the international standards concerning both size and quality. Plus, we also maintain a reasonable price range to make it available for every class of people.”

Another most significant feature of this company is that they provide delivery services nationwide at free of cost. They do not charge for any amount of shipment, however small or minimal it might be. Also, they offer a seven days return policy as well, to ensure ultimate customer satisfaction with their product.

Referring to this specific feature, another spokesperson of XXS fashion said, “In case a customer wishes to return the product, we refund the entire amount without asking any questions. However, the only thing that we demand the product to be intact and in the same condition as and when delivered”.

Adding to this pointer, the Chairman said, “We also have a customer support center, wherein customers can redress their grievances. They can also choose to know about our return policy in detail by speaking directly to the support executive. Also, if a customer is unable to place the refund request, he or she can call the customer support toll free and request the same to be done on their behalf.”

With all these features in place, the newly introduced office fashion is projected to be a sought-after fashion statement. And this online store is likely to serve as the final destination for most office-goers in choosing their perfect outfit.

About the company:
XXS.vn is an online fashion destination in operation for more than six years now. It specializes in selling renowned fashion brands that are both high-class products and also bought worldwide by a broad customer base. It believes in experimenting with fashion and adding freshness to old, dull, and mundane clothing in an innovative manner.

Contact Details:
Fanpage 1: https://www.facebook.com/xxs.fashion.vnxk/
Fanpage 2: https://www.facebook.com/xxsfashion/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdZ1JI50nWfWKfTnW2glHwA

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel
Email: Send Email
Organization: XXS Fashion
Address: 249/18 Ngo Quyen, Ward 10, HCMC
Phone: +84 364186226
Website: http://www.xxsfashion.com

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Release ID: 88952535

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