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Your stress-free wardrobe for summer weekends is here

The Japanese brand Uniqlo just released its Spring/Summer 2019 collection and it’s all about easy, worry-free fashion.
ANCX Staff | Mar 07 2019

For its latest collections, Japanese brand Uniqlo continues to define what LifeWear is for its everyday user. Functionality and monotone palettes—traits that make its clothes attractive to a broad spectrum of customers—have always been at its core, and it’s no different this season. 

Uniqlo’s performance wear pieces still feature their patented Airism tech.
Roger Federer looks comfortably cool in Uniqlo jeans.

The fit and silhouettes—from crew neck long sleeves and cardigans to linen coats and relaxed pants—are forgiving. And the design remains stylish yet uncomplicated. What’s not to like?

JW Anderson’s line for the Japanese brand projects British casual.
Loose tailoring and layering continues to be a popular trend, thank God.

Our favorite is still the EZ ankle pants, which has an elasticated waist, but is somehow still far removed from a couch potato’s lazy aesthetic.

Their Ezy pants feature an elasticated waist.

Uniqlo’s signature lines and features—Airism, Dry-Ex—still make their performance wear game strong, this time over softer pastels. As for collabs, guys, check out JW Anderson’s partnership with the brand, which offers trench coats, bomber jackets, and other staples of British fashion.

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For more information, visit Uniqlo.com.ph.