Spanish fashion house presents play of prints, color
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Since it opened its first store in the Philippines last May, Spanish brand Suiteblanco has created a lot of buzz among young, modern men and women.
Taking its cue from the world’s fashion runways and street styles, Suiteblanco’s latest collection is a wonderful play of color, prints and attitude.
Specializing in on-trend fast fashion retailing, the brand currently has 270 stores in 23 countries, and continues to expand in the Middle East and in several regions in Asia. The family business was founded by Bernardo Blanco Solana in 1960.
The season’s stylish pieces are drenched in brilliant blues. Even Hollywood’s got the blues as actor Sandra Bullock was spotted wearing head to toe cobalt blue. Suiteblanco is on trend with everyday pieces like shoes, bags and accessories with a touch of blue.
Coral is the season’s new neutral and the brand has got you covered with trendy head-turning pieces.
Graphic black and white is always in fashion. At Suiteblanco, choose from bold lines, retro dots and high-impact chevrons.
If your style is more boho chic, channel the carefree festival mood with Suiteblanco’s pretty indie prints, feathers and fringe.
Minimalists are bound to gravitate to the white and light-colored pieces that are fresh and easy to wear while fans of color will like the brand’s prints that include pretty florals, elegant damask and classic paisley.
Catch these trends at the Suiteblanco store on Level 1 of SM Aura Premier.
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