Looking for clothes that are comfy to wear but are still office-worthy? Now is a good time to upgrade your wardrobe with the latest summer picks that won’t get you all sweaty even if you’re in a crowded MRT station.

ForMe has recently released its newest collection, and they’re all about basic colors with interesting and presko cuts. Here are a few choice pieces that you won’t be shy about wearing to your next Man Comm meeting:

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Off-shoulder button-down top

P1,098


Who says you can’t look corporate with an off-shoulder top? Flaunt your tan lines with this piece that can take you from corporate to coffee date.

Airy overlap blouse

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A white blouse is a good way to immediately look fresh and professional. If the neckline is too low for you, wear a thin tank top or carefully sew in a strip of lace to cover your cleavage. This can make things look conservative but still interesting.

Printed kimono

P1,290


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Kimonos are the perfect highlight to an otherwise plain blouse-and-pants ensemble. Make sure to get pieces that feature an interesting pattern (like this one) for your casual Fridays!

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Paperbag waist midi skirt

P1,298


A basic midi skirt is a must-have closet investment as it can go with anything—sans the tight, icky feeling of slacks that aren’t stretchable.

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Stiped easy dress

P1,498

Vertical stripes can give the illusion of height. Pair it with chunky heels during weekdays and sneakers during weekends. 

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