Further openings are planned in the near future which should further enhance the reputation of the mall. With extensive parking, beautiful landscaped layout, facilities to keep the children amused and many restaurants in the food court, Norfolk Premium Outlets sets out to make it a genuine pleasure to shop there.
Ralph Lauren is undoubtedly one of the best known fashion brands in the world and their Polo Ralph Lauren range has many fans of its youthful, preppy chic and sharp tailoring. Creator Ralph Lauren has long been acclaimed as a visionary in American fashion. Their extensive new store opened earlier in November in the Norfolk Premium Outlets which is just in time if you are starting to shop for the holiday season. Located in Space 325 near to the Nike store, it offers the chance to shop the Polo Ralph Lauren range in the beautiful lakeside surroundings of the mall.
The opening of the Polo Ralph Lauren store at the Norfolk Premium Outlets is an expansion for the brand with this being their first store based in the state of Virginia. Other locations currently include Houston and Austin in Texas, Las Vegas in Nevada and Atlanta in Georgia.
The Polo Ralph Lauren shop is open every single day of the week so you can come and shop at your own convenience. You should be aware that it closes earlier on a Sunday and there are special opening hours over the Christmas and New Year period but full details are given on the Norfolk Premium Outlets website.
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