Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Girl & Dress at The Landmark, Ayala Trinoma Mall

Mark your calendar girls! Because I have a strong feeling these dresses and tops will find their way into your wardrobe, should you make it a point to visit The Landmark at Trinoma Mall starting this coming weekend!

With tops priced from P295 to P695, dresses from P395 to P1195, shorts and skirts from P395 to P595, pants from P495 to P595, and jackets/sweaters from P395 to P695, who couldn't resist buying a piece or maybe even ten?!

Because I'm loving more than ten pieces from this collection!

Pam, the style savvy entrepreneur behind this affordable and trendy collection tells MFO why she came up with Girl & Dress, "I guess it's just so much fun for me, and it's always something I've wanted to do. I'm not an expert on fashion or anything like that, but I do like to shop and to have clothes made".

With her innate talent for picking out clothes, she didn't have a hard time choosing the pieces for her initial collection, "...For the clothes from abroad, I just bought what I liked, and for the clothes I had made, I just sort of "designed" what I wanted for myself! Which is why a lot of the stuff in my line can now also be found in my own closet", she adds with a laugh.

Whether you're a school girl scouting for school clothes, or a career girl looking for some weekend wear, for sure you'll find a dress that just screams out your name from Girl & Dress!

For more pieces from this collection click here!


Anonymous said...

Hi MFO! Thanks so much for featuring our brand, and we're really glad you like our collection! :)

takejiro said...

I love your picks! I wish I could get my hands on them now! How about posting some tips on Fall clothing? It would be a great help!

candz said...

Oooooohhhh Landmark Trinoma is already open?!! Wow!! I've been waiting for this since Trinoma itself opened! I'm super excited!

Anonymous said...

wow so pretty! i especially love cola and vivi! super cheap too! thanks for the info.

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