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FOUND! schu Factory Outlet in Pasig City

I heard schu's original factory outlet store in Makati closed down a few months back.  So I was quite happy to hear that they now have one in Ortigas!

SOURCE: schu ShopManila blog

To learn more about their outlet store, please visit the schu ShopManila blog.

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schu Factory Outlet (across UA&P)
104-A Residencia
8888 Pearl Drive
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Philippines
W     http://schushopmanila.blogspot.com/

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  1. I've seen this on my way home. Will visit this soon! Yey! :)

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  2. The shoes at this store are beautiful. Thanks for sharing this info. I will now check their site :)

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  3. I always visit that store in Makati, and wala pa akong nabibili kahit isa :P

    Must go there again.

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  4. Sounds great! their shoes are lovely too (: Happy Shopping I mean happpy blogging!

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  5. not so familiar with schu, so what kind of products they are offering?

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  6. Glad to know that they have branch in Ortigas now. It's time for me to check it.

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  7. oh really, my office is near the area, i'll visit this soon! tnx for sharing!

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  8. Hey, thanks for the tip. Gotta visit this place with my shoe loving friends :)

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  9. i haven't heard about this store just yet:D i would love to check out what they sell lol

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  10. Aw.. ang layo n nila :( is it cheaper to buy in factory outlet?

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    1. Cheaper than if you buy at their regular stores. =)

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  11. Wow! Mura ba ang mga tinda nila dyan?

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    1. Well, cheaper than if you buy their products full price. =)

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  12. I love shopping especially in your favorite factory outlet store :-) Glad you found one Sis :-)

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  13. In fairness, I love their shoes ha.

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  14. Ooh, I love Schu too! They have some of the most comfortable shoes :) Thank you for posting about this!

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  15. Yeah, last year pa yun nag-close if I remember it right. So kapag nasa Makati, pupunta pang Glorietta and they only have a limited number of displays there. I hope I can visit this new outlet soon. Mukhang mas modern and maganda yung place. :)

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  16. ayy, i didn't know their makati branch closed down na!

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