Even if the Philippines has only two seasons, there’s still no telling what the weather will be like.
A day could start out scorching hot, and then catch everyone by surprise with torrential rains later in the afternoon—or vice versa.
Unpredictable weather calls for fashion that stands up to all types of climate change—without necessarily sacrificing style. For millennials, this means outfits that take them straight from a day in the classroom to a night out with the gang.
Basics, from style to color, instantly address all issues—from fickle weather to a jam-packed schedule that leaves no room for a quick change of clothes.
Here are four from Sfera.
An instant outfit the minute you put it on, the jumpsuit goes from dressed down to dressed up with a switch of shoes. Sport flats for school then slip into heels for after-class clubbing.
Give go-to denim some flash by opting for the flared variety. Channel a vintage vibe with groovy patches and mustard-colored clogs.
Even if neutral tones are the default color for stormy weather, they’re also the perfect palette for injecting a punch of brightness.
Treat this lace camisole-and-lounge pants ensemble like a blank slate—simply accessorize and you’re good to go.
Photography Maika Anthoni Styling Luis Carlo San Juan Makeup Sari Campos of Make Up For Ever Hairstyle Mong Amado Model Hannah Locsin of PMAP