Looking for fresh fashion pieces to add to your wardrobe? If you're obsessed with florals, we found pieces that we're sure you'll want to wear every day. Local fashion brand Twill Cavern just came out with a collection that features some of the prettiest floral prints and silhouettes perfect for all your upcoming holiday parties!

The homegrown brand's Holiday 2017 Collection features tops, bottoms, and dresses that you can take from a chill brunch out with your girl friends to a romantic date night with your boyfriend. The stylish pieces are all locally made and they're pretty affordable, too! Twill Cavern's price points range from P450 to P700 but you'll think they're worth way much more than that.

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Check out some of our favorite pieces from the collection:

Alex in Raspberry Pink (P520)

Emily in Pink (P550)

Floral Wrap Dress (P600)

Cary in Navy (P600)

You can shop their entire collection online, but Twill Cavern also joins bazaars and pop-ups. Just check out their Instagram (@twillcavern) for announcements.

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