If a P3,495 dress doesn’t faze you, you’d feel right at home shopping in SM City-Cebu’s Northwing.

The Northwing is home to brand shops selling imported clothes, black shoes, bags, accessories like Mango, NafNaf, Onesimus, Montre, Aldo, F&X, Accessorize, Espada, Skinfood, Kipling, Osh Kosh B’Gosh, Traffic, Bayo, Promod, Regatta, and Levis, among others.

Bohemian bags in Accessorize sell from a little over a thousand pesos to P3,000 plus, scarves from P1,000 to P2,000 plus, bracelets and necklaces from P600 to P1,000 plus.

Accessorize products have the equivalent cost in Euro and British pound in their tags.

At Promod, an ensemble consisting of a summer dress, a cotton jacket, knee-high suede boots will make you poorer by P13,000.

Montre carries brands like Issey Miyake, which has a watch priced at around P20,000, and Tissot, with a silver sports timepiece costing P42,000.

Watches in another shop, also at the Northwing, range from P7,000 (Ann Klein) to P14,000 (Dior).

Aldo pumps sell at close to P5,000 and flats at P2,000 plus.

Kultura, a shop featuring Philippine products, sells breezy dresses for a surprisingly low price of around P500 each, though these can be had for P200 a piece at Tabo sa Banay.

Take a break from shopping by dining or relaxing at any of the restaurants and coffee shops in the zone. Gerry’s Grill, Laguna Garden, Tempura, Chikaan, Flavours of China, Bigby’s, La Mesa Grill, Cabalen, Leona’s, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and Starbucks have branches at Northwing.

SM City-Cebu opened the Northwing on November 30, 2007, dubbing it the “ultimate lifestyle center of Cebu.” The whole Northwing is Wi-Fi-enabled and offers free and unlimited Internet access. SM is 15-30 minutes away by taxi from any point in Cebu City.

Marlen is the editor of MyCebu.ph and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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