Eustacia Has the Outfits You Need for Your Travels

By  - 3 months ago

Eustacia is the latest local brand that we spotted on our fashion radar, and the shopaholics in us are excited we did! The clothing line is the brainchild of celebrity-stylist-turned-fashion-designer Stacy Rodriguez, who studied fashion in New York and interned for Badgley Mischka, Altuzarra, and The Row shortly after.

Eustacia HQ featured by @theedition.ph (TYSM!) // link on their bio ♡

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Eustacia’s latest collection featured bold blues and cold hues, statement stripes, and line patterns—all in modern chic silhouettes. Stacy gets inspired by her travels and the new places she gets to explore, but her The Revival collection in particular was influenced by the Salvation Mountain, a colorful art installation in the middle of Colorado Desert. The paintings had a lot of texture, prints, and colors from which she found the perfect blue for the designs she already had in mind.

 

 

Aside from her trips around the world, Stacy draws inspiration from the different women she knows and she encounters in life. She wants to make sure that whatever she creates with Eustacia would be something she herself and her girls will wear. That is also why she decided to use #EustaciaGirls to represent the girl gang or the clients of her brand.

When life imitates…emoji 💃🏽 #wellaphilippines #WellaNTVAPH

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Her latest line consists of fuss-free, breezy, and out-of-the-ordinary pieces, the kind made for travels as it’s comfortable yet still stylish.

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Eustacia also accepts made-to-order requests if you need something dressier or customized for events.

@trina1486 in custom Eustacia ✨ #eustaciagirls

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If you liked a thing or two from Eustacia’s collection, visit their website here.

 

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Featured photos by Ralph Mendo and Mari Jasmine.