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Shopping becomes easier than ever with these on-trend finds.
Shopping in 2019 feels like, as today’s kids would say, “a lot”.
How do you pick trends to buy into? How do you know which pieces to invest in?
Truth is: in malls, we’ve welcomed the non-stop influx of high street brands and luxury labels from abroad; there’s the ubiquity of Instagram resellers peddling (otherwise unavailable) off-shore goods at ridiculous prices, not to mention, those three simple words that, put together, are guaranteed to make any buyer’s heart skip a beat: say it with me, “free global shipping”.
As a consummate shopper, having everything you could ever want just a P2P (or a click) away is definitely something to celebrate, but for some, it can also be a little overwhelming.
Good news is, at The Ayala Malls Stylist’s Closet, you no longer have to worry about what’s hot or what’s not.
Celebrity stylist Pam Quiñones, together with her styling company Qurator, came up with a sharp, shoppable edit featuring pieces curated from retail brands within every Ayala Mall.
It’s a pop-up space where you can browse, fit and shop on the spot, any time you want. Taking our Q’s from Pam’s chosen trends, Pasyal.com.ph goes further with this seasonal editorial. Let’s get shopping, shall we?
We start off with Expressive: the clash of graphic prints mixed-in with bold, “pop-of-color hues” is an easy way to re-assert your personal style.
On Sam: Polka-dot wrap dress from Anne Klein. Sandals from Charles & Keith.
On Max: Knit sweater from Banana Republic. Trousers from Mango Man.
On Sam: Graphic print blouse and midi skirt from Kashieca. Sunglasses from Sunnies Studios. Block heel sandals from Charles & Keith.
Denim on denim on denim makes a case for Pureness: a combination of optic whites with cool baby blues as an effortless approach to dressing.
On Sam: Striped sleeveless top from Banana Republic. Striped tie-waist midi skirt from DKNY. Braided sandals from Charles & Keith. On Max: Striped shirt from Rafe x Bench. Denim jeans from Mango Man.
On Sam: Sleeveless button-down from Anne Klein. On Max: Denim jacket from Bench. Pique polo shirt from Banana Republic.
On Sam: Sleeveless button-down from Anne Klein. Denim jeans from DKNY. Block heel sandals from Charles & Keith. On Max: Denim jacket from Bench. Pique polo shirt from Banana Republic. Denim jeans from Mango Man. Sneakers from Pedro.
Unpredictable is a trend that goes beyond trends—you make the rules with sportif-inspired ensembles and remixed textures.
On Sam: Mixed-stripe blouse and leggings from DKNY. Ribbed knit tank from Mango. Pointed-toe slingbacks and handbag from Kurt Geiger. On Max: Polo shirt and side-stripe joggers from Bench. Sunglasses from Sunnies Studios. Sneakers from Pedro.
On Sam: Mixed-stripe blouse and leggings from DKNY. Pointed-toe slingbacks and handbag from Kurt Geiger.
On Max: Windbreaker jacket from Bench. Striped tee from Mango Man. Jeans from Banana Repubic. Sunglasses from Sunnies Studios. Sneakers from Pedro.
On Sam: Track jacket from Bench. Sunglasses from Sunnies Studios.
And lastly, Natural, in breathable knits and neutral-hued linens—a truly tropical approach that feels perfectly at home.
On Sam: Knit turtleneck from Anne Klein. Tweed miniskirt from Mango. Sequined crossbody bag from Kurt Geiger. On Max: Polo shirt from Banana Republic. Sunglasses from Sunnies Studios.
On Sam: Cropped jacket and sleeveless top from Bench. Ruffled midi skirt from Kashieca. Strappy sandals from Charles & Keith.
Catch The Stylist’s Closet at an Ayala Mall near you, on these dates:
August 11 TriNoma Stylist’s Closet Fashion Presentation
August 16 to 18 Bonifacio High Street Stylist’s Closet Pop-Up
August 16 Style Talks with Tim Yap and Mari Jasmine at Bonifacio High Street
August 17 Ayala Malls Solenad Stylist’s Closet Fashion Presentation
MODELED BY SAM HUMPHRIES OF ELITE MANILA AND MAX BORGERS OF NEW MONARQ MANAGEMENT
MAKEUP AND HAIR BY SYLVINA LOPEZ
SET DESIGN BY WHAMMY ALCAZAREN
STYLIST ASSISTED BY TERESITA GABAT