5 Local Stores For The Gal Who Lives in Linen Pieces

By  - 6 years ago

To say that we’re in love with linen pieces is an understatement! The fabric is light, comfortable, and breathable, the kind of material made for an always hot and humid country like the Philippines. It is also effortlessly stylish which makes for the perfect ensemble for everyday casual wear, as well as more formal events like beach weddings!


Below are five of our go-to local brands for linen clothing.


5. Áraw

It’s summer all year round with Áraw, whose has been known for their luxe tropical basics made of premium linen fabrics.

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Gusot mayaman ??

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Their latest collection screams fun as it features more playful styles in bold tones. You don’t have to worry about making a statement, an Áraw ensemble will do it for you.

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Loud and proud ? Asymmetrical Dress now in Fuchsia

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4. UNDO by Kyla Zuñiga

Kyla Zuniga is not afraid to experiment with her designs for UNDO.

For her collections, expect to see never-before-seen silhouettes that will easily turn heads as you strut by; but the brand also has wardrobe basics in your favorite neutrals for days when you just want to blend in.

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FAUSTINA in OATMEAL ~ www.undoclothing.com

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3. Studio 17

There are those who prefer their linen in neutrals but there are also those who prefer it in muted hues; Studio 17 was made for the latter.

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Leila Halter Top | Available in all these colors ???

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Their articles come in a variety of colors so you can don one in pastel for brunch with the girls, then another in a darker shade for date night with the bae.

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Calla trousers in rust | Available for pre-order ?

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2. La Oceann

The sisters behind sustainable brand La Oceann wanted to empower women when they released the Sans Bra Neutrals collection.

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ditch those bras

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Dresses and tops were designed to bare backs, giving them the freedom to wear it as they please—with or without a bra.


1. Paradigma by Patricia Prieto

Recently launched is Paradigma by Patricia Prieto, who took inspiration from various cities in Spain for her debut collection.

With versatility in mind, she came out with pieces that ladies can take from casual to corporate and pair with either kicks or heels.

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