Old school is cool

posted September 11, 2018 at 08:15 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
American fashion retail giant Forever 21 brings old school back to school with retro pieces that get an A+ in the classroom. 

Old school is cool
Carly Hernandez plays it feminine with pinafore dress and floral prints.
Young style seekers are treated to a range of ‘50s-inspired prints, retro collegiate stripes, pinafore dresses, casual-cool rugby tops, and mini to midi skirts, among others. 

Old school is cool
Katrina Tolentino is campus cool in collegiate stripes and denim jacket.
Easy to layer pieces, such as sheers and knits, solids and stripes, cover-ups and camis, are perfect for when there’s a sudden change in temperature or for days when one likes to put much thought into their outfit. Add in a cabbie hat or a sassy beret for additional style points. 

Forever 21 recently launched its latest collection with its local #WeAreForever21 brand ambassadors, which include model Yanna Cowper, actor and TV host Joaquin Manansala, model and entrepreneur Patricia Henson, and UAAP volleyball players Carly Hernandez of FEU and Katrina Tolentino of ADMU. 

Old school is cool
Joaquin Manansala sports a casual-cool look.
Those who want to cop their style or get their hands on these new pieces can head over at Forever 21’s Megasale on Sept. 28-30 at SM Megamall’s Megatrade Hall 2, where shoppers can get up to 70 percent off on a wide selection of fashion finds.

Old school is cool
Patricia Henson in layered t-shirt and camisole and striped pants.
Forever 21 stores are at SM Megamall, SM Makati, The Block at SM City North Edsa, SM Mall of Asia, SM Aura Premier, SM City Fairview, and Robinson’s Magnolia in the Metro area; as well as at SM City Clark, SM Southmall, SM Seaside City Cebu, the North Wing of SM City Cebu, SM Lanang Premier, SM City Iloilo, SM City Bacolod, and SM CDO Downtown Premier in the provincial areas.

Topics: Forever 21 , Joaquin Manansala , fashion , Patricia Henson , Carly Hernandez , Katrina Tolentino
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