SINAG Pants

“SINAG” is Tagalog for “ray” or “beam” because you’re a beam of light in dark clothing 😉 

Funky and loose, ankle-length pants similar to harem pants. Great for traveling because we all need something light but Instagram-OOTD-worthy 😉

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-pants 

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Photographed by: JB Peñano
Model: Jasmine Maierhofer (waist: 25in, height: 5’10)

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RACHEL Top

Named after Meghan Markle’s character from SUITS who was gorgeous with her simple elegance and whom we should all aspire to be (both the character and the former actress)(Let’s go find our prince 💪).

Free-size rectangular top with adjustable neckline and hem. Available in black, red, royal blue, old rose and dark gray.

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-orderform

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Photographed by: JB Peñano
Model: Jasmine Maierhofer (waist: 25in, height: 5’10)

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Available colors: old rose, black, royal blue, dark gray and red.

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-orderform

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Need help in styling? Check out this how-to with step-by-step photos and examples or look at these videos to get you started/excited 😉

If you need any help/have any questions/concerns: feel free to contact us!

SCALLOPED TIPPET

Just a little something to jazz up your outfit 😉

The tippet has a rich history whose beginning can’t really be pinpointed but the general idea is a “scarf-like, narrow piece of clothing worn over the shoulders” (Yes, Wikipedia). There were times it was used as a show of status and others as decoration.

There are a number of prints available in two styles: full and collar only. If you’re feeling extra, you can choose your own prints to mix and match for tippet 1.5 😀

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-scallopedtippet

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Photographed by: JB Peñano
Model: Jasmine Maierhofer (waist: 25in, height: 5’10)

Available prints:

Possible mixes for tippet 1.5: LEFT (collar) – RIGHT (body)

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SUSPENDER TIPPET

Just a little something to jazz up your outfit 😉

The tippet has a rich history whose beginning can’t really be pinpointed but the general idea is a “scarf-like, narrow piece of clothing worn over the shoulders” (Yes, Wikipedia). There were times it was used as a show of status and others as decoration. In this case, it was merged with suspenders so there’s some function involved and it just has a very ‘cool, modern girl’ look (if I do say so myself). Also a little bit reminiscent of the 1980’s = Bon Jovi, the Golden Girls and all those other hip things.

There are a number of prints available in two styles: half and full collar. If you’re feeling extra, you can choose your own prints to mix and match 😀

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-suspendertippet

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Photographed by: JB Peñano
Model: Jasmine Maierhofer (waist: 25in, height: 5’10)

Possible mixes: LEFT (collar) – RIGHT (body)

Mix and Match:

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-suspendertippet

AMARA Dress

Free-size knee length dress with adjustable neckline and hem. Available in white, light and dark gray, old rose, red, royal blue and black.

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-orderform

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Photographed by: JB Peñano
Model: Jasmine Maierhofer (waist: 25in, height: 5’10)

Available colors: white, light and dark gray, old rose, red, royal blue and black.

ORDER FORM: bit.ly/bithia-orderform

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If you need any help/have any questions/concerns: feel free to contact us!

Overdressed > underdressed

Can’t believe I’m reliving this memory.

I’m pretty sure we’ve all had our inappropriately-dressed moments, this is mine: The opening night of the Ramon Valera exhibit coincided with Filipiniana day in school. I was wearing a stripped wbebfiwufuhwe with a matching panuelo paired with dark grey jodhpur pants (that have wire buttons). Along with a woven basket bag and silver flats.

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AKA: before the mess up. Also, the only decent photo I have of that day.

Now while dressing up for the exhibit I thought that it would be the same as the other exhibits I’ve gone to (mostly empty). Hence, I kept my top, replaced the panuelo with a necklace and changed into worn out jeans instead. I also kept my bag.

Lo and behold, the exhibit was chock full of people. Important, well dressed people. And I was wearing a 4 year old top with unraveling threads.

To further emphasise my point: even the people are art but I can’t post that here because privacy. This one girl was wearing pants wherein one pant leg was black while the other was printed denim and there were huge slits on the sides. Kinda 80’s but now. There was this other girl who was wearing this simple black dress with the most wicked shoulders: pointed upwards like demon horns and knee-length boots. She was sporting twin buns with pinkish-red streaks (Something I’m not usually a fan of because when you color your hair too much it looks dry as a dust bunny but she pulled it off).

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So I took photos and caught her. I didn’t realise it was a dress.

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The polo with lace sleeves under the black corset top was supposed to be white.

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All of that gray stuff is supposed to be white actually. Whoops.

This was the first time I’ve ever been underdressed and overdressed is so much better – at least then you’re better looking than everyone else.

Or if you’re uncomfortable with standing out once overdressed – you’re going to stand out underdressed too.  At least when you dress too much you can edit: you can do so by adding a jacket, removing jewelry, lots of options. But making yourself look more extravagant? Good. luck.

xoxo,

Bithia

 

P.S – had a similar experience? The opposite experience? Know of a way to change your outfit without reach of your closet? Comment. Especially on the last question. SOS.