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In Case it Rains

"In Case it Rains"

During the rainy season in the Philippines, picking clothes is always a dilemma. Are we in for a warm day? Or should we expect heavy rain fall?

That’s why, today, we’re bring back the orange capri pants. In case it floods. And a breezy tee for in case it gets too warm. To unconventionally cap the outfit, we went with blue snakeskin loafers from Mario D’Boro that’s easy to slip off and carry… in case it floods.

You read right. We mention floods. Twice. Storm season has begun here in the Philippines, and in Metro Manila, it’s always safer to assume that it’s going to flood when you’re picking out what to wear.

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

"In Case it Rains"

Now, if we may ask: what’s your go-to outfit for when we have unpredictable weather like today?

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