This swimwear brand makes us wish it's summer all year round
With the summer sun beating down on us hard, we can't help but hear the call of the beach. Inside our offices, we heed it the best way we know: swimsuit online shopping!
Enter Shop Style Cat. It's an online-based store owned by fashion entrepreneur and lifestyle blogger Yuki Tansengco. It's a time-suck that has us scrolling forever and ever more. And as such, we can't help but share the good news. Below, we'll tell you why you'll love their swimwear as much as we do.
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1. Vintage-inspired designs
Yuki is also the woman behind all the swimsuit designs, and she said the styles are all inspired by her mom's vintage swimwear. Who doesn't like something vintage-looking? BTW, her swimsuits are priced at P2,199.
2. They have something that's perfect for all body types
If you're too shy to wear a two-piece bikini or you think you haven't achieved the body you want to flaunt yet, they offer something that only slightly shows your curves.
3. The swimsuits can double as tops!
Their pieces are so pretty and comfortable that they can also be worn as tops, in case you want to head straight to the water as you arrive at the resort — or you're tied to the city all summer long and wearing a swimsuit is the best you can do to feel the beach. Put on a pair of shorts or a summer skirt along with your one-piece and you're good to go.
4. It's a perfect match for their locally handmade tropical bags
Support local, while completing your summer look! Pair your bikini with their embroidered and stylish bags made from indigenous materials like abaca, raffia and banukan. The bags are handcrafted by local artisans from Bicol.
5. They customize swimsuits and bags for events
Another thing to love about Shop Style Cat: They can customize swimsuits and bags for events.
If you're having a beach party with your girl friends for your bridal shower or your birthday party, this shop can customize swimsuits and bags as your giveaways.
— LA, GMA News