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Sky High

"Sky High"

We’ve featured a shirt from AMS Shirts before— and we liked how it looked so much that we got a couple more shirts from them. One of which became a Tumblr Exclusive post.

"Sky High"

This outfit was conceived as a back-to-school look–provided you’re allowed to wear shorts in your school. But it works as a casual get-up too–especially now that school years are being adjusted to start later in the year.

"Sky High"

"Sky High"

The clouds shirt AMS Shirts feature heavily in this post, but we would also like to bring to front the paisley-lined shorts we got from Zalora.PH.

Zalora.PH, if you have been living under a rock for the past couple of years, is a Pinoy offshoot of an online shopping center that’s already big in Singapore and Malaysia. It makes shopping for clothes (and gifts) very convenient for people who don’t really have time to go to the mall. And they’ve got quite the collection.

And, if you’re already familiar with the online shopping site, do visit again. You’ll notice that they’re carrying more Pinoy brands these days: brands like Straightforward Clothing, (our favorite) Timothy Scotch, and more. They tend to be a little more expensive than the imported clothes by resellers, but they’re made by our fellow Pinoys.

"Sky High"

"Sky High"

"Sky High"

Button-Down: AMS Shirts; Paisley Shorts: 24:01 (Zalora.PH); Shoes: Milano (Greenhills Shopping Center).

Jeremy Zafra works for a customer-oriented company based in Ortigas.

Art Direction: Mikoy Custoya.

Photographer: Jason John Lim.

FYI: This post is not sponsored by Zalora.PH.


Alpha Beat

"Alpha Beat"

Over the past few years, skater fashion has slowly been slipping into mainstream street style. And it’s not surprising, is it? Fashion has a way of integrating things that are comfortable into things we’d want to wear–things that can make us look good.

That’s what happened with skater wear. Light-weight button downs with unconventional prints are taking the streets. And with new brands popping up, it looks like the trend is staying a while.