Left to Vary Bacolod: Affordable Fashion for the Family
November 5, 2018
Affordable Fashion at Left to Vary Bacolod
Even if inflation rates are going up, it doesn’t stop us from being fashionable. Instead, we look for more affordable garments and accessories that can fit our family budget and lifestyle. And in Bacolod, we now have a new go-to place for branded overruns — Left to Vary Bacolod.
Left to Vary Bacolod Branded Overruns
Left to Vary is into the business of retailing and wholesaling dry goods and RTW since 2008. They started at Robinson’s Place in Cavite City. Eventually, the founder, Ms. Nenita Damoslog, redirected the company to focus more on mixed apparels, RTWs, perfume, and fashion accessories. Now, they have bigger stores with more stocks and they have branches in key cities nationwide.
Their newest warehouse store is Left to Vary Bacolod.
Fashion for the Whole Family
At Left to Vary Bacolod, there is something for the whole family. They have an extensive collection of clothes for men, ladies, and children (both boys and girls). There are T-shirts, collared shirts, jeans, slacks, cargo pants, and shorts for men.
Meanwhile, women would enjoy a selection of sun dresses, tops, jeans, shorts, and even sweaters. They have some limited seasonal items as well, like those with autumn and winter designs. Plus, there are undergarments, too.
How to Enjoy Left to Vary Bacolod
Here’s some tips on how to maximize your time and budget at Left to Vary Bacolod.
Go there at a cool time. While there are big fans, it can get pretty hot and stuffy inside because it’s a warehouse. Also bring your own fan to keep yourself cool.
Bring a water bottle. You will easily get thirsty there, so bring a bottle of precious H2O. I didn’t see a store nearby, so remember to bring your own. Your savings will not be worth it if you will be dehydrated or if you end up with UTI.
Don’t be in a hurry. Left to Vary Bacolod is a very expansive store. There are so many items to see and fit, so you might miss something if you stay there for just 30 minutes.
Wear cool clothes. Again, I could not stress it enough, it is kind of hot there, especially if the sun is high up in the sky. So wear cool and comfortable clothes. And you can skip the heavy makeup, too.
Wear a face mask. Some of you might be sensitive. So to avoid a bout of allergic rhinitis while shopping, then it is best to wear a face mask. But honestly, since this is not ukay-ukay, I did not sneeze while I was there. And I have pretty sensitive nose. But as a precaution, you may opt to wear one.
Bring cash. They don’t accept credit card payments yet, so load up your wallet with the budget that you are willing to spend.
Sign up for membership. While you can just buy there anything, the annual membership will give you 20% off on all your purchases. No minimum amount required. That’s additional discount on their already low prices.
Value for Money
All-year round, there is value for money shopping at Left to Vary Bacolod. That means really low factory prices every day. The highest price tag that I saw there was P280 while the lowest was P15! Imagine that.
So if you wanna save and maintain your mommy style or your family’s wardrobe, go shopping at: