Pedro

February 14, 2013 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Pedro
200 Victoria Street
#01-03 Bugis Junction
10am - 9.30pm Daily

5 Changi Business Park Central 1
#01-34 Changi City Point
10am - 9.30pm Daily

1 Raffles Link
#B1-30 Citylink Link
10am - 9.30pm Daily

2 Orchard Turn
#B3-10 ION Orchard
10am - 9.30pm Daily

68 Orchard Road
#01-03 Plaza Singapura
10am - 9.30pm Daily

2 Bayfront Avenue
#B2-100 The Shoppes @ MBS
10am - 9.30pm Daily

1 Harbourfront Walk
#02-186 Vivocity
10am - 9.30pm Daily

435 Orchard Road
#B1-32 Wisma Atria
10am - 9.30pm Daily

112 East Coast Road
#01-24 I12 Katong
10am - 9.30pm Daily

370 Alexandra Road
#01-29 Anchorpoint
10am - 9.30pm Daily

313 Orchard Road
#02-25 313@Somerset
10am - 9.30pm Daily


http://pedroshoes.com/


Elegant And Fashionable Shoes

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 7
Product Lifespan: 6 - 18 Months
Product Quality: 8
Value for Money: 7
Spent about SGD $130 per person.


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Pedro is a well-known global fashion brand that sells footwear consisting of formal shoes and casual shoes, as well as accessories like belts, bags and wallets for both men and women. As a brand, Pedro can be considered an upper mid-range / low-end high-range brand, with a recognized brand name, and prices that are still affordable for most, but definitely isn't considered a luxury brand.

I like the modern and elegant look that most of the footwear, or shoes, sold by Pedro have. Designs are quite stylish and eye-catching, with a blend of classic and contemporary styles, and the range is quite extensive. Pedro updates their designs according to the fashion seasons, and old designs are phased out rather quickly over 6 months or so. Some of their designs can be rather bold and loud though.

Pedro shoes / footwear is rather comfortable, and I never had any discomfort wearing either the formal business shoes or the casual shoes. The durability of Pedro shoes is quite lasting as well, with formal business shoes lasting about 6 - 12 months, and casual shoes lasting about 12 - 18 months. The first thing to wear down on Pedro footwear is generally the sole.

Because of the brand name and quality, Pedro footwear isn't cheap. For men, formal business shoes cost around SGD $100 - $200, while casual shoes cost around SGD $90 - $180. If you spend at least SGD $200 in 1 reciept, you can opt to sign up for Pedro membership, which will give you discounts on subsequent purchases.

The Pedro belt collection for men is rather limited, but the few designs they have are quite attractive and eye-catching. A belt from Pedro lasts around 1 year plus or so, and costs around SGD $70 - $130. Personally, I prefer their formal business belts, in a black colour, with a solid square buckle and catch.

Will possibly try out Pedro bags and wallets sometime!


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Source: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_WNIPkJQbuf0/TCCN0A-btzI/AAAAAAAADIc/dOLjwcVfnts/s1600/DSC01093.JPG



Source: http://www.plazaindonesia.com/uploads/200912301136080.Pedro3.jpg



Model PM1-45180161, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/loafers/1000/PM1-45180161-black.jpg



Model PM1-45800025, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/loafers/1000/PM1-45800025-black.jpg



Model PM1-65080187, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/moccasins/1000/PM1-65080187-white.jpg



Model PM1-65110014, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/moccasins/1000/PM1-65110014-white.jpg



Model PM3-15400078, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/belts/1000/PM3-15400078-black.jpg



Model PM3-15400079, Source: http://pedroshoes.com/img/men/belts/1000/PM3-15400079-black.jpg






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