"I shook things up a bit by mixing two equally bold patterns—dragonfly-print and Jacquard—in contrasting yet complementing colors. I went all-out-unexpected by slipping into a pair of bright-hued heels."
Nikki Santiago, Managing Editor, TheMall.ph
Top, Mango. Trousers, Topshop. Sandals, Zara
|CHIC AND COMFY|
"Looking at my closet, I noticed that I didn't have a lot of printed clothes. I had to go with either floral pieces or stripes, and since I wasn't feeling like wearing vibrant florals I chose to go with stripes. I put these two pieces together because not only did they sport the same kind of blue, but they both gave off a nautical, relaxed vibe."
Janey Aniban, Fashion and Beauty Assistant, TheMall.ph
Sweater, Zara. Skirt, Zara. Boots, Topshop
|FUN AND PREPPY|
"In this look, I mixed several pieces and prints, from my cap all the way to my shorts. To tie them all together, I made sure they were all from the same color palette of navy blue. I also mixed bold prints with subtle ones to keep the look interesting. Lastly, I added a bright accessory for a pop of color."
Mark Buenaobra, Graphic Designer, TheMall.ph
Cap, Topman. Sunnies, Forever 21. Plaid collared shirt, TheMall.ph. Printed sweater from Bangkok. Shorts, bespoke. iPad case, Herschel. Shoes, Gourmet
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