New shoes every Friday

posted September 17, 2019 at 10:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
TGIF, indeed as aside from the weekend, there’s another thing that makes Friday even more exciting. 

New shoes every Friday
Nude low-heeled slingback mules, Sneakers for men, and White loafers
Global shoe brand Bata continues to delight customers with its ongoing “New Arrivals Every Friday” promotion, highlighting new designs of footwear and bags released every week. 

Every Friday, Bata showcases new and top-quality designs be it for casual, formal, or corporate functions just in time for weekend shopping.

New shoes every Friday
STEP INTO NEW SHOES ON FRIDAY. Footwear and bag brand Bata showcases new designs of casual, formal, and corporate shoes every Friday, as part of its New Arrivals Every Friday promotion. 
Established in 1894 by siblings Tomas, Anna, and Antonin Bata in the Czech Republic, Bata continuously provides quality and trendy footwear around the world. Being the world’s leading shoemaker by volume, the company serves more than 1 million consumers a day in more than 5,300 stores across 70 countries.

Bata has also been a pioneer in footwear innovation for more than 120 years with its Shoe Innovation Centres, which focus on new technologies, materials, and designs that support shoe comfort features and guarantee fashion-forward designs. With this, it not only channels innovation in the production and design of new styles, but also in the creation of business models that permit a quick response to the ever-changing wants and needs of its customers.

New shoes every Friday
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Bata now has 22 standalone stores in the country. It is also present in selected SM Stores nationwide. 

Topics: “New Arrivals Every Friday” , Bata , Shoe Innovation Centres , SM Stores
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