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Street wear looks for kids from Swag Junior

/ 02:55 AM December 07, 2016
Swag Junior’s collections are inspired by Japan, one of the world’s fashion-forward capitals.

Swag Junior’s collections are inspired by Japan, one of the world’s fashion-forward capitals.

Swag Junior lets kids express themselves with street wear looks.

Designed to be a contemporary yet comfortable alternative to typical children’s fashion, Swag Junior’s collections are inspired by Japan, one of the world’s fashion-forward capitals.

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Choose from bomber jackets, graphic tees, jumpers, ripped denims, and more.

Each piece is tailored using top-of-the-line machines and the best fabrics.

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Swag Junior is now sold at selected SM Stores.

Swag Junior Boys (for 5- to 12-year-olds) is available at The SM Store branches in Megamall, San Lazaro, Bicutan, Iloilo, Cebu, Las Piñas, Harrison, Lucena and Southmall. Swag Junior Girls (for 5- to 12-year-olds) are at Bicutan, Iloilo, Lucena, Harrison, Bacolod, Las Pinas, Southmall. Swag Junior Infants/Toddlers are at Bacoor, Cebu SRP, Megamall, Makati, North Edsa, Pampanga and Tarlac.

For more information, visit Swag Junior on Facebook, or Instagram @swagjuniorpht1207sm-swag_3

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