“Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn.”
The “Amarah” lace cropped camisole
I’ve always admired girls who are brave enough to rock daring styles of clothes and come off looking impeccably chic while they’re at it. It takes a considerable amount of confidence, an outright disregard for modesty (if you must), and a keen eye for detail to be scantily clad yet look tastefully put-together.
I feel that this look is best executed with the right balance of coverage and exposure (i.e. shoulder baring tanks or crop tops paired with slouchy joggers or boyfriend jeans, denim cut-offs with slouchy sweaters, etc.). It is this study in contrasts that make coordinating outfits challenging and all the more fun, in my opinion.
Wearing the “Crea” in blush pink. The size, strap length and how deep the neckline goes are all customizable.
MEKA lace shorts
I’ve been meaning to incorporate more of such pieces into my closet, and my latest Insta-seller discovery, MEKA, seems to offer all this and much more. I’ve finally gotten my fill of delicate lace shorts, easy thin-strapped tanks, and cropped blouses; simply designed, crafted especially for my size (each piece is custom-made upon order) and practically goes with everything I presently have in my closet. I think they’re the perfect additions for anyone who’s looking to revamp their wardrobe without going overboard. It’s also good to know that you’re doing some good by supporting local Kapampangan crafters with every purchase; we always love ourselves some local support.
MEKA directly translates into “eyes” in traditional Hawaiian language, and it is apparent that these pieces were made to please the eyes. To know that a student-entrepreneur is behind all these inspired pieces is even more amazing. Give our young and ambitious local entrepreneurs some love and shop MEKA online at: https://www.facebook.com/mekaclothingco. You may SMS 0927 489 8442 to place your orders.