When you want to look stylish on the beach, you often have to rely on picking a cute cover-up, chic sunnies, or a head-turning sun hat, but you can forget all of that once you put on these stylish swimsuits fromĀ BALUD Maynila.

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We're not kidding when we say that these are probably the most fashionable swimmies you can find in Manila. The local swimwear brand's designs are all about taking basic styles andĀ upgrading them to the next level. "We take inspiration from basic styles and see how we can make them a little extra," owners Tracy Ayson and Venice Maristela tell us. "More than the design, what we really like to focus on is the fit. The goal is not just to make a woman stand out, but also make them feel confident in it, almost as if it's their second skin."

BALUD plays around with embellishments and textures, which makes their pieces stand out from the rest. No need to try too hard to nail that beach OOTD! Check out some of our favorite styles:

Unna in Black (P2,190)

Unna in White (P2,190)

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Maria in Lilac (P1,990)

Maria in Black (P1,990)

Maria in White (P1,990)

Looking for something a little more daring? Check out the Tala set:

You can shop BALUD Maynila's swimsuits online.

For more information, log on to BALUD Maynila's Instagram page.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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