Chinyere is a Pakistani Most famous clothing Label Bareeze Brand. In the year 2000, Bareeze created an exclusive casual, semi-formal and formal wardrobe. Chinyere garments are designed in-step with global fashions and in sync with our tradition and culture. Catering to women as well as men, today Chinyere has displays at all Bareeze outlets and is manufacturing for the local as well as the international markets.
Chinyere by Bareeze specialization is their caliber cloth and unparalleled off-the-peg patterns for men and women wear.Chinyere dresses collection includes the latest colors that are in fashion and there is somewhat a deep touch of ethnicity as well. The wedding wear collection is also great which can also be used as evening wear.The antique motives, stones and handicrafts are cultural, yet trendy. The shirts are more of a straight cut with a light flare rather than heavy flared shirts. Some of the dresses are in the traditional design of an Angrakha which never really goes out of fashion. The designs have patch work, tilla & resham work paired with multiple colors pajamas & dupattas..Chinyere Men & Women winter collection 2013 includes fashionable sherwani kurta collection for men, voguish fancywork Kurta with Churidar and plan double button Kameez coupled up with Denim Jeans, A-Line Shirts, Long Shirts with Churidar Pajama etc.
Here is Chinyere winter casuals & party outfits 2012-2013 latest new collection for girls and women. If you’ve got a closet full of neutrals, be it navy, black, cognac, or grey, add energy with boldly hued shoes and clutches. Please don’t be afraid to mix colors. Chinyere Winter Collection 2012-2013 combines trendy prints with traditional royal designs in perfect blend.
Stores : LAHORE, KARACHI, ISLAMABAD, FAISALABAD, PESHAWAR, RAWALPINDI, MULTAN, SARGODHA, GUJRANWALA, HYDERABAD, JEHLUM, SAHIWAL, BAHAWALPUR, SIALKOT, SADIQABAD, RAHIM YAR KHAN, MIR PUR (A.K), ABBOTABAD, KHARIYAN, GUJRAT, MANDI BAHA-UD-DIN, OKARA, Wah Cantt, Swat, SheikhupuraABU DHABI, DUBAI, SHARJAH, LONDON (MANCHESTER), NORWAY, INDIA (DELHI)