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Spanish fashion pockets for all the outlets in Madrid

Economic crisis, the outlets and discount stores are revealed as the best option to buy quality clothes at discounted prices. Fortunately there is no longer time to wait for the rebate to get a fund of practical wardrobe and the last. There are many spaces available in Madrid, type outlet, where you can find designs of Spanish firms leading fashion at very competitive prices.

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On the outskirts of Madrid there are several complex fashion at the best price: the outlets or supermarkets, which bring together several firms clothes. One of the most important is Las Rozas Village, a town full of huge houses that hide the best colors of the design made in Spain at affordable prices. Fashion women and men like Adolfo Domínguez, Pedro del Hierro, Jesús del Pozo, Hoss Intropía, Purificación García and Roberto Verino, lingerie, such as Andrés Sardá, TCN or Women’s Secret, or footwear and accessories, as Bimba & Lola Camper, El Caballo, Farrutx, Lottusse, including Loewe, are just some of the exclusive brands that have spaces in Las Rozas Village. Armand Basi Custo Barcelona and have been the last to join. In total, nearly 30 Spanish companies with discounted rates that sometimes reach 60%.

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Other options outlet Madrid Factory spaces are located in Getafe, San Sebastian de los Reyes, and again, Las Rozas. The latter was precisely the first outlet in Spain to open its doors for over a decade, revolutionizing the concept of permanent discounts of up to 30%. At present, Antonio Pernas, Caramelo, Cortefiel, Mango and Zara, are some of the Spanish brands that have spaces in it, along with signatures of footwear known as Jaime Mascaró or Barrats.

The Getafe Factory, the nation’s largest, is home to several shops teach group Inditex, as Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius and Zara, as well as various establishments fashion brands such as child or Gocco Neck & Neck , and as many shoes as Camper, Pikolinos, Hispanitas, Panama Jack and Patricia, to name a few.

The Factory of San Sebastian de los Reyes belongs to the last generation of such centers, much more modern and accessible. It is repeated almost all the other brands in the Factory, along with other more recently established but very successful, as Bimba & Lola, Hazel and Laga.