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Ortigas Malls - Must-Have Summer Fashion Finds in Greenhills

Must-Have Summer Fashion Finds in Greenhills

The summer sun is out, and bringing with it are some of the latest fashion trends for the season. As much as the unbearable heat is making us want to stay relaxed indoors with a refreshing drink on-hand, a much-needed shopping spree at Greenhills is due to upgrade our summer wardrobe. If you have an upcoming vacay planned, fret no further. Ahead, we’ve listed down the colors, pieces, and styles you can expect to be big this swim season of 2019.

Swimsuits

Orange hues

This summer, orange is definitely the new black. Yellow, tangerine, sunny hues are going to be making waves this summer. This high-impact, vibrant color will make you stand out, especially in the swimwear department. The best thing? It looks flattering in any skin tone. Mestiza and morena girls, unite!

Animal Print

Animal print was first seen making a comeback in streetwear and now, it is rolling right into the swimwear department. Sporting a leopard, tiger, snakeskin, or any kind of animal print is not for everyone and definitely not for the faint of heart. However these bold patterns are about to become the print of the summer season.

High-cut legs

If you’re game to show off your assets this summer, go for high-cut bikini bottoms. This particular style doesn’t seem to be going anywhere since it’s been around for a couple of seasons now. High-cut bikinis are designed to give the illusion of longer legs. Plus, it highlights your body’s curves and lifts up your buttocks.

Knotted detailing

Knotted details on your swimwear pieces add a cute or sexy finishing touch to make your suit look more distinct and interesting. The best thing about it is that it’s not purely for aesthetic; tied or knotted pieces allow you to customize your fit, increasing its functionality and its lifespan in your closet.

Where to shop:

KYCS at Greenhills Shopping Mall

Nava at 2/F Shoppesville at Greenhills & 1/F Theater Mall

Nudo Swimwear at 3rd Floor Shoppesville

Sunglasses

Cateye

This style has made a comeback a couple years ago, but it’s here to stay because of its retro, timeless charm. The new, edited cateye style is perfect for elongating the face and emphasizing the cheekbones, thanks to its distinct tapering.

Visor

You might look out of place when you sport these bold, Terminator-style sunglasses on the beach. After all, you mainly see this visor type of style worn for skiing. But these oversized shield sunglasses are about to be the hottest sunglass trend. Unlike some styles which are definitely made for just looks (ahem, tiny sunglasses), these huge frames offer the most protection from the sun while making you look super cool.

Where to shop:

Owndays at Lower Level Promenade & Ground Floor V-Mall

Sunnies Studios at 2/F Shoppesville

Remember, it’s never too early to jump on these summer fashion trends so you can look good on the beach and on the ‘gram. Just make sure you have all these styles listed down for your next shopping trip at Greenhills!

 

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