How much does a garment cost at Uniqlo, the store where the former president was seen in Madrid?

The ex-president Enrique Pena Nietowho governed Mexico from 2012 to 2018, has made headlines again after being caught shopping at the store Uniqlo from Madrid, Spain. This sighting has generated various comments on social networks, where many wonder about the prices of clothing in this popular Japanese store.

Enrique Peña Nieto in a clothing store in Madrid / Photo: Taken from X @FerContrerasss

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Uniqlo, founded in 1984 in Japan and part of the fashion conglomerate Fast Retailing, is known for offering basic, good quality clothing at affordable prices. For example, a blouse for women or a shirt for men costs just over 400 pesos, while t-shirts can be found for less than 200 pesos. In Spain, garments range between 12 euros (approximately 231 Mexican pesos) and 69 euros (about 1,328 Mexican pesos).

The store also offers pants from 39 euros (approximately 750 Mexican pesos) and various sales, which means there are options for different budgets.

The Uniqlo store has established itself as a strong competitor in the market, challenging giants like Zara. Uniqlo opened its second and largest store in Madrid, located at Gran Vía 37, occupying an iconic 2,200 square meter building.

Enrique Peña Nieto: How much does a garment cost at Uniqlo, the store where the former president was seen in Madrid? Photo: Screenshot

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Peña Nieto’s presence at Uniqlo Madrid is a reminder of his life abroad and his attempt to disassociate himself from active politics, while remaining a recognized public figure in both Mexico and Spain. He resides in Madrid with a visa that allows him to stay in Spain until 2027. Since his move, he has tried to stay away from Mexican political life, although he has been seen on several occasions.

In Mexico, although there are no physical Uniqlo stores, the brand is marketed through online sales, allowing Mexican consumers to access these popular garments. The presence of physical stores in Spain and the variety of offers and affordable prices make Uniqlo an attractive option for consumers, including the former Mexican president.

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