One of the perks of living in a tropical country is always having an excuse to buy new swimsuits no matter what the season. Because hey, it's always summer somewhere for beach babes! If you're on the lookout for stylish swimmies perfect for your beach OOTDs, look no further. Meet Shop Daylily.

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Shop Daylily is a new local swimwear brand that creates chic pieces that can be worn alone or layered with your favorite fashion pieces. They even have a maillot that's stylish enough to be worn as a top! Their first collection takes classic cuts and gives them an irresistible twist: a triangle bikini with a T-shaped back, a bandeau with front cut-outs, and a one-piece with a T-back design. It's also good to know that their pieces are all locally designed and produced in the Philippines.

Check it out:

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Poppy Maillot in Emerald (P2,000)

Poppy Maillot in Ruby (P2,000)

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Tulip Top (P950) and Azalea Bottoms in Pastel Pink (P900)

Tulip Top in Lilac Gray (P950) and Pastel Pink (P950)

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Daisy Top (P950) and Willow Bottoms (P900)

The brand is also coming out with new designs featuring exclusive Daylily prints by the end of March—we're already excited!

You can shop their swimsuits online.

For more information, log on to Shop Daylily's Instagram page and Facebook 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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