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12 Locally Made Woven Bags That Will Elevate Your Summer Looks

Perfect for your upcoming trip to the beach!
Summer has officially rolled in! You know what that means? Woven bags are back in business! Not that they were ever out, mind you—but there's just something about the tropical feel of these rattan baskets, solihiya clutches, and garden-themed totes that's making
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This Local Heritage Brand Has Been Making Woven Bags Since 1925

These pieces are both trendy and historic.
Heritage brands have been getting their fair share of the fashion limelight in recent seasons. Fashionistas seem to be looking at storied ol’ companies from Goyard to Brooks Brothers to inject gravitas to their wardrobe. In the Philippines, the venerable S.C. Vizcarra
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This Exact Aranaz Woven Bag Has Been Featured on Vogue

And with good reason!
This definitely isn't the first time local accessories label Aranaz was featured by Vogue. Once again, one of the brand's iconic woven bags has landed a spot on the publication's 20 Desk-Smart Basket Bags For Summer In The City list. Check it
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Here's Why You Need a Basket Bag for Your Next OOTD

Not your ordinary picnic bucket.
It was the summer's tote of choice, but the woven straw bag sure isn't going anywhere just yet (no matter how hard the rain in Manila falls)! In case you're still eager to jump in on the look, let us hand you
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18 Beach Bags to Get You Ready for a Chic Summer Vacation

Stow all your essentials in one cute carryall!
Planning a quick city escape to the seaside? Apart from a cute swimsuit, you also better be ready with a stylish carryall! Plain-looking canvas bags don't count. Stow all your beach essentials in these chic totes and bucket bags adorned with pompoms
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HOW TO LOOK LIKE A SUMMER GIRL ALL YEAR

Trend alert! Straw bags.
Fashion fans know that summer is a state of mind. To inject effortless beach chic into all your looks from March to February, turn to these locally-themed style finds from Tropiko by Kultura—Kultura's  line of resort-inspired clothes and bags—for pieces that are