Kaftan Cool: New ways to style this weekend classic.

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Living in a tropical country allows us the luxury of warm weather dressing all day everyday. A favorite and easy piece we always reach out for is the kaftan. Chic, easy and relaxed dressing in an instant. And while one paired with your typical flat sandals looks good, we rounded up a couple of ways to get more style mileage out of this classic weekend staple.


Jenny Walton can do no wrong. We are obsessed with this style muse and are always impressed with her quirky cool ensembles. Pair classic chucks with an embroidered kaftan for a look that’s more street than beach.


  1. Embroidered Kaftan, L’Indochine
  2. Sneakers, Converse
  3. Straw Hat, Forever 21
  4. Wrap around bracelet, L’Indochine
  5. Tassel Tote, L’Indochine


Give new life to your kaftans by pairing them with jeans that are cuffed just right!


  1. Indigo dyed Kaftan, L’Indochine
  2. Sunglasses, Uniqlo
  3. Jeas, Uniqlo
  4. Sneakers, Converse
  5. Necklace, L’Indochine
  6. Pompom Cosmetic Bag, L’Indochine


A simple color pallet and neutral sandals make a great canvas for statement accessories.


  1. Indigo Dyed V Neck, L’Indochine
  2. Hmong Convertible Sling Bag, L’Ind0chine
  3. Sunglasses, Uniqlo
  4. Tassel Necklace, L’Indochine
  5. Sandals, Ancient Greek, Tilda


L’Indochine is located at 3/L SM Aura Premier and 4/L Mega Fashion Hall.


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Look we’re loving: Modern Bohemian

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To say that we are obsessed with Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors Design would be an understatement. Her chic, clean yet worldly and collected aesthetic has got us swooning since the first day we saw her work. Her modern take on bohemian has us totally inspired. Check out her amazing designs and see how you can get the look!


White walls and, clean lines and pops of color, textures and patterns are a signature of the designer. And while the look is layered, it is never cluttered



Books and mementos are paired with natural elements such as woven baskets, wooden trays and handmade ceramics.


Her design staple of print on print textiles add a well traveled and sophisticated vibe to the rooms.


Wooden furniture keep the look earthy and cozy.


Gold and brass accents are a great way to add touch of luxe while still keeping the look relaxed and comfortable.



Vintage rugs or those made of natural fibers add warmth to the space and are a great way to divide the space.






Get the modern bohemian look with these handpicked pieces from L’Indochine:


1. Vase Mango Wood (Large) – Php 799.75
Vase Mango Wood (Small) – Php 599.75


2. Teak Wood Tray Set – Php 799.75


3. Rectangular Hmong Pillow – Php 2,499.75


4. Gray Spun Bamboo – Php 2,299.75


5. Indigo Patchwork Pillow – Php 1,999.75


6. Box Mango Wood with Lid (Large) – Php 1,299.75

Box Mango Wood with Lid (Small) – Php 799.75
Box Mango Wood with Lid – Php 199.75


7. Hmong Patchwork Stool – Php 19,999.75


8. Goblets – Php 349.75


9. Buddha Box Set – Php 4,29


L’Indochine is located at the 3/L of SM Aura Premier and 4/L of Mega Fashion Hall.

Photos from: Amber Lewis Design

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L’Indochine Workshops: Beyond Selfies, Travel Edition

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Last September 3, we teamed up with photographer Sheila Catilo on L’indochine’s very first mobile photography workshop entitled Beyond Selfies: Travel Edition at our Mega Fashion Hall store. The workshop aimed to equip our participants with skills to master the features of their phones as well as provide them with professional tips on composition, lighting and getting that perfect travel shot.

Photographer Sheila Catilo preps the materials for the workshop. Photo by: Jorem Catilo

Photographer Sheila Catilo preps the materials for the workshop. Photo by: Jorem Catilo

All our participants were provided with travel friendly, pocket sized Moleskin notebooks!

All our participants were provided with travel friendly, pocket sized Moleskin notebooks! Photo by: Sheila Catilo

Aside from the very informative presentation, each of our guests were provided with handouts to help them practice and further hone their skills at home.

A few of the shots by our workshop participants.

A few of the shots by our workshop participants.

In between the class and exercises, we feasted on delicious eats by our generous food sponsors:


Yummy asian fare by Tray Bien Ph.The spring rolls were fresh and absolutely tasty! Photo by: Sheila Catilo


Cookie shot glasses with ice cold milk? Yes please! These sinful treats from Cookie Bar Manila were a favorite during the workshop. Photo by: Sheila Catilo


Amazing muffins by Mama Chows! Photo by: Sheila Catilo


Cupcakes that were “almost” (they were wiped out!) too pretty to eat by Khay’s Desserts. Photo by: Sheila Catilo

Too add a bit of fun and a slight competitive edge, we unveiled prizes from our partner sponsors for the best photos.


Prizes from Moleskin, Happy Skin and Heyjow were given out to the best mobile phone photos!


Sheila and Jorem go through all the entries and select their favorites.


One of our winners took home this embroidered L’Indochine bag with Indian tassel details. Photo by: Jorem Catilo

Of course, no workshop is complete without a few treats from our partner sponsors. Each participant took home these awesome goodies.


 Favorite travel essentials were included in the workshop kits. Leather card holders from Niqua Shop, Pocket notebooks from Moleskin, Nail polish from Girl Stuff, Bam balm, and Sea Salt spray from Beachborn and travel fund jars from Paper Straw Love.


Our lovely participants at the Beyond Selfies: Travel Edition Workshop. Photo by: Jorem Catilo


With THE Sheila Catilo, one of our absolute favorite photographers who we are fortunate enough to call our friend.


To learn more about our L’Indochine Workshops, follow us on Instagram @theinspirationseekers and Facebook: ShopLindochine

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