With the Soleil Premium Outlet and Distrito Arcos as referents of this trend around the world, we offer a number of tips for investing in timeless classics and thus return home with exclusive design products at irresistible prices!
A long time ago shopping for items from past seasons was seen as an excursion to forgotten spaces. Today, that old image has been completely transformed to become an attractive walk in search of the perfect clothes and the best prices, but within first rate brands. Thus they were born the Premium Outlets in the world: shopping malls specialized in selling quality products, remaining stock and discontinued from leading brands at prices really convenient.
In Argentina, the trend is going strong by the hand of its two best-and only-representatives: Soleil Premium Outlet and Distrito Arcos
Characterized by services and amenities of any classic mall, both offer products from leading brands at prices that care for the pocket, and allow you to renew the wardrobe with timeless garments, and of excellent quality and design.
Here our tips for shopping taking advantage of discounts and come back home with surprises.
1- The first thing you have to do is know how to get there. Because of the distance, if you go to Soleil Premium Outlet you should consult the map on the outlet site: www.soleilpremiumoutlet.com.ar. There you will also find a list of transports that take you from the city. Distrito Arcos case is easy: you will see it when you go for a walk in Palermo. Find the location -www.distritoarcos.com- and reserve one day to meet it.
2- Invest an hour exploring the field and then define shopping priorities and so choose, according to your wishes, stores that really interest you to roam around slowly and with eyes wide open.Consider that anytime you can take a break to review what you bought and define what is missing. In the two malls you will find fast food options.
3- Make a list of smart shopping. The Premium Outlets are perfect to buy clothes that never go out of fashion and you will keep in your wardrobe forever! If you're a woman, your list must include: a classic little black dress, a black leather jacket, a white silk shirt, a perfect fit jean, a trench and a pair of dreamed stilettos. If you are a man: a sports jacket, a perfect fit jean and a black leather jacket, and a jacket for cooler days.
4- Do not overlook the mega-deals. It is true that the classics are forever, but who can resist a bargain? Stores at Premium Outlets typically offer some products with inexplicable and absolutely tempting discounts. So, you know: do not forget to ask if there is any exclusive offer, surely you're not going to regret it...
5- Take sincere decisions. If there is something you really love and you are attracted to the price, do not think twice: buy it! The exclusive curatorship of both malls guarantees quality and timeless designs ... So, take in mind that after you can get a customer with greater determination and take this treasure that you had liked so much.
6- Do not forget gifts. After you cross out all the items in your shopping list-and add some irresistible bargains, it's time to think about family and friends who wait anxiously at home. If you choose the Premium Outlets for buying gifts, you will really save a lot of money (as compared to traditional shopping malls). At both, the Soleil and the Distrito Arcos, you can find women's clothing, men and children shops, in addition to toy stores, perfumeries, sports stores, leather goods and shoe stores. There are options for everyone!
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