Roundup of the Best Outlet Stores in the South

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Roundup of the Best Outlet Stores in the South

South of the border.

| January 29, 2017

Roundup of the

Best Outlet Stores in the South

By Therese Aseoche

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We love going to the south for a variety of reasons: to dine at the best restaurants, to enjoy a whole lot of outdoor activities, and—everyone’s favorite pastime—to shop at the outlet stores.

No trip to NUVALI and its surrounding places is ever complete without a visit to outlet shopping centers. We are just filled with inner joy whenever we see the big “Up to 70% off” poster plastered on store windows and seeing shelves stacked with clothes and shoes you probably wouldn’t find in Metro Manila. It sounds completely shallow, but we’re allowed to pamper ourselves every once in a while.

So here’s a roundup of the best outlet stores you can find on your next family weekend getaway!

8. 158 Designer’s Blvd.

Solenad 2 and Paseo de Santa Rosa

This outlet store makes luxury fashion more affordable. It carries off-season items from premium brands like Tod’s, Gucci, Prada, Alfred Dunhill, High Sierra, Kate Spade, Superga, and more.


7. Titan Basketball Outlet

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Solenad 3

In the new Solenad 3 by Ayala Malls, you can score amazing basketball gear, shoes, and apparel at great deals! The boys and athletes can find a safe haven here at Titan’s Basketball Outlet while waiting for your mom and friends to finish their shopping.


6. Marks&Spencer

Paseo de Santa Rosa

Thank goodness the closing down of Marks&Spencer stores didn’t affect us here in the Philippines. We’ll always gravitate towards Marks&Spencer wherever we may be, and with an existing outlet store in Paseo, we’re just 10 times happier that we can buy delicious snacks and our nice underwear at cheaper prices.


5. American Eagle Outfitters

Paseo de Santa Rosa

AEO’s outlet store sells tons of jeans and apparel for both men and women at affordable prices. It’s definitely worth the 1-hour trip down south!