When you're a busy career woman who works five times a week, your office clothes can sometimes take up a big chunk of your suweldo. But what if you're currently saving up for a big, important expense? Here, we list down a few local brands that sell affordable clothes without sacrificing quality and style: 


1. ForMe

This local brand carries plenty of simple blouses and dresses with elegant necklines, from boatneck to cowl neck, and they're all under P1,000! 

TRY: ForMe Closet Staples Boat Neck Loose Knit Top, P698, available online 


TRY: ForMe Closet Staples Cowl Neck Tops, P898, available online 

2. Memo 

If you hate feeling (and looking) too stiff in crisp, tailored outfits, this store is for you. Here, you'll find many suweldo-friendly office staples like short-sleeved tops, shift dresses, and pencil skirts that all boast a relaxed fit. 


TRY: Memo Solid Shift Dress, P999, available online

TRY: Memo Pencil Skirt, P599, available online 

3. SM Woman 

SM Woman offers classics but with stylish, trendy twists.

TRY: SM Woman White Blouse With Belt Detail, P899.75, available online


TRY: SM Woman Cream Dress, P999.75, available online 

4. Everyday Casuals

This local brand's variety of ultra-feminine blouses will come in handy for when you want to dress up your slacks (or jeans!). 

TRY: Everyday Casuals Olivia top, P600, available online 

TRY: Everyday Casuals Joanna top, P600, available online

5. SAP Clothing Company

You'll be happy to score some versatile little black dresses at this online store for less than P800.

TRY: SAP Clothing Company Kath Dress in Black, available online 

TRY: SAP Clothing Lena Dress, available online

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