Women’s Month (March) is fast approaching, and if there is a leader in celebrating women of all shapes and ages, it would be ETC.
Late last year, they hosted a day of beauty and style at the Glorietta Activity Center. The ETC Women’s Hub is an all-in-one fair showcasing amazing and affordable deals from beauty and fashion brands. Plus, exciting games for every ETC woman.
As an added treat, The Paper Junkie, Jessica Godinez, Ava Zabat shared inspirational stories, engaging discussions, and handy tips for the ETC Girl Talk segment, along with performances by the ETC Acoustic Chicks Charm and Charl, Issa Rodriguez, and Keiko Necesario to keep you in the mood to shop.
I was there bright and early, so I got to get first dibs on what was in store that day:
Here are some of my finds that you can check out online via their instagram/facebook accounts: @style_ana17 makes customized and ready-to-wear wrap skirts for you and your daughter. I have a set that every one couldn’t stop raving about, and she personally sews them… labor of love!
@mintfashion_ph offers cute shirts, and accessories
@vervst has a lot of super affordable clothes that start at P200
I had a lot of fun with this as I waited for my personalized accessories from @melscollection
Celestial by Monochromo has chic casual pieces for everyday wear
The “tita” in me couldn’t decide what to get from @rusticprintmnl, I was all of them haha…
Support local with @wearlovemanila that offers shoes and bags
@Fourteenthblackclothing has amazing deals between P100-300. I got the dress worn on the mannequin and brought it with me to my Singapore trip recently.
I found subtle chic androgynous pieces from @ruapparels and got myself a kimono jacket
I love anything personalized and handmade, I spent a lot of time here just choosing and creating my very own pieces with Therapy Bags
Cute sticker and patches overload for me and the kids from Ina Morata: yahoo!
Another brand that supports local: Elragrail
Cocolash was on sale and I got my 3-year-old daughter this cute denim backpack
Other participating brands include: Diya Logo, Fragraz Collezionne, Zinni Anna, Sophia’s Closet, and Hello Manila group which includes Punchcrafts, Myriad Print Concepts, 360 hats, Twelve Ph, Scentido, and Maikala.
And by the time I finished checking out the stalls, the venue was already packed!
I even got to bring these home 🙂
Congratulations to the pretty Nikka Peralta, PR Manager for Solar Entertainment Corporation for a successful event, and thank you for inviting me to join in the celebration 🙂
This event was brought to you by ETC and the launch of the TV show STYLE FACTORY, Fridays 8 PM. Style Factory offers an addictive behind-the-scenes look at how fashion and beauty products are made. With fashionistas and company insiders weighing in at every step, the series reveals the incredible stories behind the items we need and covet most. For more details, check out ETC on www.facebook.com/etctv, on Twitter and Instagram via @etc_channel, and log on to etc.com.ph.
*ETC is the only home-grown female channel both in free TV and cable, embracing what every feisty and fab Filipina values. Catch us on UHF channel 21, Sky Cable channel 16, Destiny Digital channel 16, Global Destiny channel 28, Cignal channel 9, or Cablelink channel 34.
*Solar Entertainment Corporation is the largest content provider and channel operator in Southeast Asia. It is committed to elevating the network to a global standard and maintaining Solar as a leader and innovator in the industry. Until today, Solar continues to widen its programming to meet the demands of emerging audiences.