February 27, 2017, 2:58 pm
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HERITAGE brand British India has always been known for its eclectic and free-spirited style. This holiday season, the label continues to stay true to its core by way of a traditional bohemian collection that’s classy, effortless and nods to its worldly aesthetic.


Bohemian style is so versatile, you can wear it to work. Don’t think prints, think details and you’ll see what we mean. One way to incorporate the beloved trend is by choosing the right fabric and details, like a teal linen blouse with intricate needlework design paired with a red high-slit embroidered pencil skirt. Polish the look and decorate your crown with subtle braids before tucking the rest away in a bun.


British India’s strongest suit is its zest for life, wander and uninhibited style. This look is best embodied by the brand’s easy, airy separates: white bell-sleeved blouse with blue siphoning embroidery and white floor-length skirt with floral embroidery. Go full boho with a layer of Silnag accessories.


Weekends and days off call for elegant but effortless looks that can take you anywhere. Let your free spirit take you on a relaxing or exciting journey in an abstract-bohemian printed lufina blouse and cream-colored pants. Top it off with exotic accessories, like Silnag.

BritishIndia is available at Glorietta 3, Shangri-la Plaza Mall, Alabang Town Center, and Vmall Greenhills.
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