Basic House Cebu Branch Opening

January 21, 2014

Last Thursday, January 17, 2014, the Cebu Fashion Bloggers along with other Cebu correspondents were invited to the opening of Basic House, a Korean fashion brand that specializes in casual wear, at the 2nd floor of Ayala Center Cebu.
It was founded in the year 2000 with its first store in Mora-dong Busan and on 2012, they launched their first store here in the Philippines. It now has 8 stores in the country and their brand concept being Basic, simple and contemporary. Reinventing everyday essentials, truly reflects that of the Filipinos' take on everyday casual wear.

it carries timeless pieces like woven shirts, polos, blazers, slacks, chinos and pants that are guaranteed to be of very good quality and price!

needless to say, Basic House provides the most basic fashion products that's suitable for all age groups and can be easily coordinated with different personal style and taste. You may visit them at the 2nd floor of Ayala Center Cebu or be updated with the latest trends and new stocks by following their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BasicHousePH or instagram account @BasicHouse_PH
Cebu Fashion Bloggers, Cebu correspondents with Selrahco Management and Consultancy Services associates, and Selrahco Management President Mr. Charles Lim
colored chinos, tartan and plaid polos, and printed pullover for men. basic yet stylish.
Hi, Lex! haha!
i love their cute packaging and their 100% organic cotton shirts!
Doyzkie of iluvcebu.com | Marco of PhilippineStreetFashion | Joven of Style Cebu | Rabsin of Finlust
just how cute are they?? :D
and of course, my Basic House haul! the dark blue ankle-grazer stretch pants is becoming a fast favorite! will talk about that in a separate post ;)
Thank you Precious and Selrahco management for the invitation!

xx

1 comment

  1. This looks like it was such a great event! Love the casual look of Basic House!

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