Add a dash of fashion on your everyday wear as we now live in the “new normal” amid a coronavirus pandemic.
While people are now allowed to go out and establishments are gradually bouncing back to business, safety protocols should still be followed which includes wearing of a face mask. But for some, gearing on a full-blown personal protective equipment (PPE) is much safer to keep themselves and their loved ones much safer.
If you think wearing a PPE suit can make you look too rigid, check these online shops out offering stylish PPE wear that can make you look fashionable while being extra cautious.
Keeping yourself protected while running errands in Christiana Manila's INES coat and LILOU pant set. To order, proceed to christianamanila.com.
For inquiries and more details, visit Christiana Manila's Instagram account.
Cover up without worry in these microfiber water-resistant jumpsuits from ForMe Clothing. It also comes with a matching face mask and velcro closures to ensure full coverage! Closet Staples Microfiber Jumpsuit with Mask is priced at PHP1,698.
For inquiries and more details, visit ForMe Clothing's Instagram account.
Look how chic Plains & Prints' limited edition Multipurpose Outerwear is! This water-repellent and versatile piece is the ultimate style staple for everyday use and for elevating your style for the wet or cold season. It's also available in plain colors: maroon, navy, fatigue, and brown.
Go get yours online at plainsandprints.com.
This tracksuit from kaayo.ph has handwoven retaso accents that are hand woven, hand embroidered, or hand beaded by the Tribes of Mindanao. It's water repellant but not medical grade. Find this suit and more on www.kaayoph.com.
For inquiries and more details, visit kaayo.ph's Instagram account.
Stay effortlessly safe, protected, and confident with The Rajo Store's Protective Outer Wear available in stores and online at rajo-laurel-ph.
For inquiries and more details, visit The Rajo Store's Instagram account.
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Cover images grabbed from Plains & Prints' Facebook page (left) and kaayo.ph's Instagram (right).