Revamp your wardrobe with SM City Cebu’s End of Summer Sale
Summer season is over and it’s time to head back to the real world.
Yes, it’s never a clean slate after going home from a holiday. That’s why it’s the perfect time to unpack your luggage, organize your closet and prep yourself for the upcoming season.
And what other way than to squeeze in a trip to SM City Cebu by having a little shopping spree at the End of Summer Sale.
Here’s a few ideas on how to revamp your wardrobe for the next season:
To give yourself a new touch for your come-back, squeeze in all your boring old-clothes in a bag and give it to charity. Have a guilt-free shopping retail stores such as Espada, Esprit, and Genevieve Gozum.
It’s nice to keep a shoe collection but it’s time to give or throw away those that don’t fit you anymore. Get a new pair of shoes! In every fit, it’s the shoes that always give the first impression. So get yourself a Sperry leather boat shoes or a Converse pair if you’e into street wear.
Getting a sun-kissed skin may already be a new look but how about getting a perm or straight locks to go with it? It’s also nice to pamper yourself at Bioessence with rejuvenating treatments to get that fresh glow.
Like shoes, bags can be a little expensive because it can be used for a long time. Collect all your pre-loved bags, post it online and have enough money to get a new one, especially if you’re heading back to school. Find the perfect bag at CMG and Onitsuka Tiger.
Jewelries are not just statement pieces that are perfect add-ons to your outfit, it’s also a smart financial asset. It’s time to invest in jewelries because you’ll never know when you’ll be needing to pawn it for incidentals! Earrings, necklace, or watches? Get these at Oro China Jewelry and Three Hearts Jewelry.
This is the chance to revamp your wardrobe with new items without having to spend a lot.
With SM City Cebu’s “End of Summer Sale”, enjoy bigger savings and get UP TO 50% OFF on amazing finds when you shop from May 31 to June 2 in your favorite mall in town.
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