AW Fashion: Summer Staples — Sea,Sun,Salt.Repeat!

Monday, July 30, 2018

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With the mercury rising, popsicles melting and a scorching party season to look forward to, there's no better time to share glimpses into the All Woman Fashion (AWF) sun-sational look book of practical yet stylish resort wear, and most importantly, where to source 'em.


Choosing the right swimwear is definitely one way to amp up your beach style. Whether you opt for a maillot or bikini Ammars' extensive artillery has you covered. The new summer line features a choice of tropical prints, an iconic One Love swimsuit, and off-the shoulder bikini sets, among so many others.

As important as a great swimsuit is the cover-up. A good cover-up will allow an effortless transition from the beach to dinner to the dance floor. Think: what America's Got Talent judge Heidi Klum did on her Hawaiian vaycay.



Summer is the time to resurrect your favourite carry-all to make transporting your cellphone, sunscreen, shades, and summer novella a breeze. AWF has its eyes on a few at Ammar's.



Sun safety and style need not be mutually exclusive. A modish yet sensible straw hat from Ammar's will, for example, protect skin from harmful UV rays and you'll look chic at the same time.



Speaking of harmful UV rays, you absolutely must have sunscreen on hand. We recommend the Neutrogena Beach Defense™ , which has a broad spectrum of SPF 70, is oil-free and water-resistant for up to 80 minutes. Stock up at Fontana Pharmacy.



Look no further than Jamaica Sandals Co for perfect summer foot therapy .



There's no better way to finish off a stylish summer outfit than with a sleek pair of sunnies. Consider a pair from Timberwear. The environmentally conscious timber frames are available in a range of styles and colourful lenses to flatter any face.

Voila! You've got everything you need. Summer comes but once a year. What are you waiting for?

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