Estero, FL- Miromar Outlets announces the opening of Sunglass Station-totes.  The new store located in Suite B-118 features sunglasses and totes products. The store will carry premium brand sunglasses such as Oakley, Costa, Ray-Ban, Maui Jim and many others as well as moderately priced sunglasses priced at $30 and under.  In addition to the sunglasses, Sunglass Station-totes will sell totes products including travel bags, duffle bags, cosmetic cases, luggage, flip flops,umbrellas and rain products. Visit Sunglass Station-totes at Miromar Outlets or call the store at (239) 495-3057.

Miromar Outlets, voted Southwest Florida’s “Best Factory Outlet Shopping Center” for 13 years in a row, features over 140 great designer and brand name manufacturers’ outlet stores including  Ann Taylor Factory Store, Bloomingdale’s The Outlet Store, Bailey Banks & Biddle, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Calvin Klein, Coach Factory, Cole Haan Outlet, Columbia Sportswear Company, DKNY, Esprit, GUESS Factory, Haggar, J.Crew Factory, Juicy Couture, Justice,  Kenneth Cole Company Store, Lacoste, Levi’s Outlet Store, Michael Kors, Movado Company Store, Neiman Marcus Last Call Store, Nike Factory Store, OshKosh B’Gosh, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Tommy Hilfiger, True Religion, Vera Bradley, White House ׀ Black Market, and many more.

Miromar Outlets is a project of Margaret Antonier, President and CEO of Miromar Development Corporation, a multi-faceted real estate development company with a portfolio of residential and commercial properties including the nearby Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club, voted #1 Community in the United States and Miromar Design Center, the only design center in Southwest Florida and one of just 19 in the country.

Miromar Outlets is located at exit 123 off I-75, on Miromar Outlets Boulevard in Estero, between Naples and Fort Myers, across from Miromar Design Center.  Open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit for extended holiday shopping hours.

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