From graphic to ‘camo’

Here’s how to accessorize the hottest trends

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01:05 AM September 13th, 2013

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September 13th, 2013 01:05 AM

GRAPHIC tank and black tights, Bershka; snake pumps, Call it Spring

Black-and-whites and army-inspired pieces—these two are the hottest trends this season. They’re basic and versatile, yet one can play around with them and give them your own stamp. We picked accessories from Call it Spring to show how they complement each getup.

Slither away

Animal print is always in; check out these faux snakeskin killer pumps and see how they go with an all-black ensemble of a simple but edgy graphic tee and sexy black tights.

Graphic tank and black tights, Bershka; snake pumps, Call it Spring

Simply layered

The erratic weather doesn’t deter one from layering. This simple pastel tank with military dress shirt is light and cool, but sufficiently covers you during sudden downpour. Finish off with a multilayered pastel necklace as  statement piece.

Pastel pink tank top, military green dress shirt and baby blue skinny jeans, American Eagle; multilayered pastel necklace, Call it Spring

BLACK dress shirt, Bershka; bejeweled leopard pendant, Call it Spring

On the prowl

Being covered up never looked so sexy; all one needs is a little bling, like this leopard pendant.

Black dress shirt, Bershka; bejeweled leopard pendant, Call it Spring

Cool cat

One can’t get enough of animal prints this season. Check out this leopard-print handbag, a good day-to-night piece.

Fringe vest and patterned denim shorts, Suite Blanco; leopard-print handbag, Call it Spring

Bling it on

BEIGE tank top, American Eagle; embellished handbag, Call it Spring

One’s wardrobe wouldn’t be complete without a little bling, like this girly rock embellished handbag.

Beige tank top, American Eagle; embellished handbag, Call it Spring

Photography Toff Tiozon

Styling Luis Carlo San Juan and Krista Rodriguez

Makeup Justine del Rosario

Hairstyle Elmer Aballe Jr. and Eric Real of Franck Provost Salon, Basement, Manila Pavillon, Makati City

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