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PFW 2012: The Ramp Crossings

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Last Tuesday, we attended The Ramp's Fall/Holiday show for Philippine Fashion Week. We usually love anything The Ramp comes up with so despite our full work days and the daunting prospect of the traffic situation (especially since it was Lady Gaga's concert), we hauled ass all the way to the end of EDSA.
 P: 21Men blazer, BKK buttondown, Topman Limited corduroys and pocket square, Uniqlo belt, Mark R loafers
 I like the combination of the brown tweed with the different shades and textures of blue. I was hoping to add a bit of flair with the floral pocket square and the pink collar.

 Awhile back, I spotted this overlap skirt from Zara that I really wanted but never got around to buying it. Luckily, I found one with the same shape and in an ever better print from Landmark for less than P1000! I snapped it up right away because I couldn't pass up on the chance to pair this tribal print with fun colors.
The green blazer and the loafer heels smarten up the entire look and allow me to leave my house without complaints from my dad. :)
D: Vivienne Westwood blazer, H&M lace bralette, Landmark tribal print skirt and sunglasses, Jeffrey Campbell heels
D: True to their promise, The Ramp's show really did offer up a mixology of style. From paisley to zebra, rompers to midi skirts, and metallics to sheer, there was an outfit to suit every lifestyle occasion.
P: What I really appreciate about The Ramp's menswear is that the clothes are very wearable while maintaining a bit of edge to keep your look from being too vanilla.
Cute electric blue shoes with curved heels

My favorite shoes of the show!

Feathers+sheer fabric

Loved the shape of the sheer overlay on top of the electric blue mini dress!

Again, I love these cap toe shoes!! I need them asap.
Here are some of our favorite looks from the catalogue: 
Love the striking and symmetrical paisley dress (P2250) paired with the lemon blazer (P1600)!
This peplum faux leather belt (P1250) is a must-have! It can transform almost everything you own.
Everyone needs a pair of sharply tailored trousers in a fun print (P1800)!
This jacquard peplum romper (P1695) is so easy to wear but it can make you look like a million bucks, definitely not your average playsuit.
A boring button down is amped up by shoulder cut-out details and a bold print (P2650).
Love the metal tip collar detail on the top (P990)!
I'm a sucker for stripes and the varying widths and colors on this knit sweater (P1290) makes it anything but basic.
The muted color blocking in this look is really sharp, great for the city or on a yacht (blazer, P3550; shorts, P990).
I really love the single button look on a jacket, a white one to boot (P3990). The track pants (P1880) are a nice marriage of a relaxed fabric and a tailored cut.

No doubt you've seen a few interesting pieces in this collection! We're ready to get our hands on our top picks as well. See you all at The Ramp!