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9 Affordable Filipino Luxury Fashion Brands To Splurge On – From Clothes To Accessories

Affordable Filipino luxury fashion brands

Despite brands being grouped into different levels of luxury, the meaning of the word remains subjective. Whether what you find fancy fits other people’s definition of luxury, you’re free to indulge in the things you love.

So for fashionistas on a budget, here are affordable Filipino luxury fashion brands for high-quality clothes and accessories that don’t break the bank.

1. Anika – intentionally made, timeless pieces for women

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Anika
Blanca Dress in Mint.
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Anika strives to be intentional in producing clothing. So if you want to support a sustainable business, this affordable Filipino luxury brand is for you.

Anika offers long-lasting and timeless pieces for pre-order to reduce waste and promote slow fashion. They specialize in women’s dresses and tops, which retail from P2,300 (~USD42.12).

So you can be matchy with your kids, the brand also has a children’s clothing line, Little One by Anika.

Anika’s website | Facebook | Instagram

2. Renegade Folk – lightweight clothes that suit the Philippine climate

Renegade Folk
Daydream top in Dark Salmon.
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For everyday wear, check out Renegade Folk. They offer clothes (from P1,090, ~USD19.96) that flow like loungewear so you can always feel at your comfiest.

Their products are made to suit the Philippine climate, made with linen and lightweight cotton.

Renegade Folk also offers a range of Marikina-made footwear. Not only are these long-lasting but they even come in neutral colors to match easily with any outfit.

Renegade Folk’s website | Facebook | Instagram

For a list of branches, click here.

3. Skoop – local streetwear brand with fun collabs

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Skoop
Catch ‘Em All bucket hat and Ghost Gang hoodie from Skoop’s Pomon collection.
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Skoop is a local streetwear brand offering a wide range of men’s and women’s clothing (from P699, ~USD12.81). To complete your look, they also carry accessories including caps, bucket hats, and socks.

The brand often comes out with collaborations, such as its Krispy Kreme-themed merch. There’s always something new to look forward to and add to your wardrobe.

You can still get their Pokémon collection, among several others, on their website.

Skoop’s website | Facebook | Instagram

For a list of branches, click here.

4. Cora & Bear – handmade heels from Marikina

Cora & Bear
Topanga in Cornflower.
Image credit: @cora.andbear

For office gals who want to add some color to their wardrobe, Cora & Bear has chic, colored and color block heels (from P1,650, ~USD30.25).

Their products are handcrafted by a small, family-owned business in Marikina. These are made in small batches, so you know you’re getting a high-quality pair.

Besides heels, Cora & Bear also offers sandals and mules so you can have a trusty pair of shoes for every occasion.

Cora & Bear’s website | Facebook | Instagram

5. DBTK – trendy basketball shoes

Filipino affordable luxury brands - DTKB
DBTK Spark in Onyx.
Image credit: @dontblamethekids

Don’t Blame the Kids or DBTK is a local streetwear brand that’s best known for its graphic tees.

However, you should check out the brand’s sneakers, which can rival the styles from Nike and Onitsuka Tiger. These are perfect for when you want to be trendy but unique – with fewer people wearing the shoes as you.

The DBTK Spark sneakers (P5,495, ~USD100.71) comes in 3 colorways – Onyx, Oak, and Forest.

DBTK’s website | Facebook | Instagram

For a list of branches, click here.

6. Halohalo – in-demand banig bags

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Halohalo
Swing bag in Blush.
Image credit: @halohalostoreph

Halohalo is arguably the most in-demand, local women’s bag brand in the Philippines.

They’re famous for their bags with banig designs (from P3,900, ~USDx), from shoulder bags to totes, that sell out as soon as they’re released.

Besides bags, Halohalo also has a clothing line, Good Times, that sells printed and lace dresses that are perfect for beach OOTDs.

Halohalo’s website | Instagram

7. Zarah Juan – bags with unique shapes

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Zarah Juan
Partyline and Boombox bags.
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If “eccentric” is how you’d describe your taste in fashion, get your bags from Zarah Juan.

Their bags (from P4,950, ~USD90.73) have so much personality that they’re worth every peso. These come in the shapes of a camera, telephone, a stack of books, and even a padyak – a mode of transportation in the Philippines that uses a bicycle with a sidecar.

If you think Zarah Juan’s bag styles are familiar, you might have seen them in The Broken Marriage Vow, the Philippine adaptation of the K-drama World of Married.

Address: 237 2nd Level, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 10am-9pm
0929 319 9390
Zarah Juan’s website | Facebook | Instagram

8. Penny Pairs – staple gold jewelry pieces

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Penny Pairs
Frances bracelet.
Image credit: @pennypairs

Penny Pairs is the Filipino luxury brand for timeless jewelry (from P599, ~USD10.98) that doesn’t break the bank. Their simple designs also make it so they can go well with any outfit.

Penny Pairs’ jewelry are gold vermeil or silver coated with gold, the highest quality material next to solid gold. You can even opt to get a piece that’s made with recycled silver for a more sustainable option.

Their accessories are also hypoallergenic, perfect for those who love to accessorize but have sensitive skin.

Address: R2 Level, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive, Makati City, Metro Manila (in front of The Grid)
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 10am-9pm
Penny Pairs’ website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Amami – pieces made through a Spanish Colonial jewelry-making technique

Filipino affordable luxury brands - Amami
Gloria Creolla.
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Treat yourself and support our local artisans by getting your jewelry from Amami.

Each piece is handmade by the few remaining Filipinos who know pagtatamburin, a jewelry-making technique that was used to make jewelry during the Spanish Colonial times.

Some of these take days to make and no two pieces are the same due to their handmade nature. These come in silver and gold-coated silver options and retail from P2,900 (~USD53.22).

Amami’s website | Facebook | Instagram

Affordable Filipino luxury brands to check out

The feeling of luxury doesn’t need to come with a hefty price tag. Ultimately, what matters is that you find your purchases fulfilling.

And with these affordable Filipino luxury fashion brands above, you can feel fancy while supporting local businesses and craftsmen.

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Cover image adapted from:, @mayannstagram, @dontblamethekids