Outfit 1: Indigenous and Casual
Our Lulu Maxi Dress comes with an indigenous textile in a tribal stripe at the front yoke, handwoven by indigenous Gaddang (or G’dang) artisans from the Cordillera highlands, in the northern part of the Philippines, using ancient handwoven techniques passed down from previous generations. Supporting and preserving indigenous handwoven techniques is in the heart of our values. We love to take the best of ancient cultures and combine their culture with modern fashion. This rest of this dress is made from bamboo, which uses significantly less water resources than cotton to grow.
Outfit 2: Cocktail Look
Our Merci Dress is a convertible dress that can be worn in 3 different lengths: Full-length, midi or tea-length, and knee-length. Detach all the layers and wear it as a cocktail dress, adding a blazer and heels to complete the look.
Outfit 3: Winter Street Style
Our Merci Dress in black worn by detaching only one of its layers is shown below. Add a pair of winter boots and an oversized coat. You can wear something like this for a casual get together during cold weather without compromising style.
Outfit 4: Gold and Gorgeous
Our Merci Dress, shown below in gold, is worn by detaching the bottom ruffle in order to make it midi or tea-length. Don't be afraid to layer thermal clothing underneath. Gold is also considered a neutral color that can go with anything. You can play around with accessories and add a belt and scarf too!
Outfit 5: Black and White Combination
Enjoy This Time of Year
There is nothing most precious and valuable like closing cycles and embracing the end of year with a positive attitude to a new phase in our lives. Use this time of year to reflect, learn, grow and build a new way of thinking. Remember that where there is growth there is change, where there is change there is action and where there is action there is transcendence. Let's make a difference, let's walk together into a new year and help make this world a better place by shopping more consciously and supporting sustainable fashion.
Challenge the brands you like to buy from, ask questions about their commitment to sustainability, but most importantly challenge yourself to make more thoughtful decisions. Challenge yourself to live with less and choose wisely the label you decide to wear everyday that shares your same values.