The Perfect Summer Collection For Lovers Of Street Culture | Clozette

Spring and summer are just around the corner. While others can't wait 'till the day they can start lounging by the beach, drink fresh fruit juice while waves are crashing and swimming to their heart's content, some are not fond of everything bright that comes with the more humid season. If you're the type to veer away from pastel hues, here's the perfect fashion collection for you.

Philippine clothing brand Oxygen has just released its summer collection, and it's right up the alley of those whose wardrobes are inhabited by dark hues. The collection is also the perfect fit for those who are enamoured with street culture and a hip, fuss-free lifestyle.

The collection has fun statement and graphic tees, dark-hued florals, basics as well as athleisure-inspired bottoms. The line has a nautical feel with a dash of grunge.

In keeping with the brand's edgy and artsy nature, the collection was introduced via a hangout session at the Oxygen Artist's Room. The first leg of the hangout, held at Oxygen's store at TriNoma mall in Quezon City, featured musicians Keiko Necessario and Joyce Pring.

On the left: Joyce Pring; on the right: Keiko Necessario

“Come, Hang Out is our way of saying that there is so much more to Oxygen now,” brand director Jeff Bascon said about the series of events. “We want to bring people together by promoting youth and street culture and lifestyle — particularly through clothing and music. Moving forward, people can expect the brand to come up with cool and hip streetwear pieces made to perfectly complement the youth's lifestyle.”


The last leg of the #OxgnComeHangOut series will be on March 5 at SM Seaside Cebu, featuring performances by Kirby Yu and Jen Sarmiento.


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Whether you’re heading off to visit Disneyland in Japan or looking to stock up on your favourite beauty and skincare products from Korea, finding a suitable outfit to wear at the airport and on the plane is no easy feat. After all, you’ll be sitting in a flying car for hours; chances are you won't be able to move around easily.

So if you’re travelling soon and want to get your OOTD on point from the moment you enter the airport to the time the plane lands, keep scrolling down for looks that are stylish, easy to put together, and will make you feel comfortable and relaxed for hours.


Midi Dress + Sneakers

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If you love wearing dresses all day every day, then opt for a midi piece when flying. That way, you won’t have to worry about accidentally exposing something. Pair it with sneakers and we guarantee you’ll love how you can easily walk from point to point.

Loose Tee + Ripped Jeans

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They say never wear skinny jeans when flying and we couldn’t agree more — it just feels too constricting. That is why we recommend going for a straight cut, ripped version. It’s trendy, will allow your legs to breathe more, and when paired with a loose tee, it gives off a grungy vibe.


Shorts + Light Jacket

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Since we live in a tropical country, this outfit combo is just the right one to wear when flying. It’s cool, breezy, chic, and if you feel cold, that’s what the light jacket is for! Accessorise it with a bucket bag and you’ll be good to go.

Sweater + Skirt

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On the other hand, if the country you’re visiting will be cold, then this outfit will be more suited to your needs. The loose material of the skirt and sweater will be cool enough for our warm weather, but it will also shield you from a bit of cold breeze. So once you land, you won’t freeze.


Denim Shirt + Trousers

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A loose top and bottom combo may not look like much, but with the right shoes and purse, you’ve got yourself a sophisticated OOTD. So instead of going for sneakers with this combination, pair it with some loafers and a bright bag to pull it all together.


Now that you've got your airport OOTD ready, check out these must-haves to make travelling feel like a breeze.



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Browsing through your Facebook feed, you may have already seen a friend or two announce their engagement or share a few details about their wedding plans. Bells will be rung, aisles will be walked down on and champagne will be drunk. But before the merriment, let's take a look at how brides — and grooms, of course — are getting hitched.

If you're planning on tying the knot or you're just someone who's fascinated by weddings, here are a few fun things you should know about 2017 Singapore Wedding trends.



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Riding the waves of time, many Singaporean couples are giving their weddings a modern theme. Minimalism has also seen a rise. Veering away from traditional, venues for celebrations are adorned with simple decorations and cakes are almost bare.

Go for gold

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The top five colours used as a theme colour for weddings in Singapore are gold, pink, light blue, navy blue and white. The hues are cool and go perfectly with the most popular theme.


Royal and Feminine

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One of the most crucial parts of planning a wedding, when it comes to brides, is the wedding gown. The cut has to be perfect for the body and should suit the wearer's personality. As it turns out, among the popular wedding gown styles in Singapore is the ball gown, which is akin to what princesses in fairy tales wear. Going with the modern theme that's rising, many women also opt to wear A-line dresses and gowns with mermaid cuts. The necklines are also very minimal; strapless, off-the-shoulder and illusion are the more popular styles.


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While the responsibility of planning a wedding almost always falls on the lap of the bride, grooms have areas they need to take charge of as well, like their attire for the wedding. Many Singaporean men appear to have a style that falls in between casual slash comfortable and formal. Many grooms opt to wear single-breasted suits on their big days, while donning a stroller suit comes in at second place. Black, navy and grey are among the colours preferred.


It's a ball

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Where exactly are Singaporeans getting hitched? Many of them are choosing hotel ballrooms as a venue, while some opt to hold their celebrations in cafes or restaurants.


See other wedding trends on Bridestory and download their app to help you get going with wedding planning.