Moonshine

For their love of darling dresses, Audrey Ednacot and Kato Chua, the creative minds behind Moonshine created the brand in 2007 to give fashionistas a taste of sartorial dressing for any occasion. Each line is designed for something spectacular or for ho hum days. The clothes mainly focus on party dresses but their different lines show that Moonshine can also be worn whether you’re out shopping with a friend or an afternoon tanning at the beach.

The Designer-RTW brand is a good mix for the fashion scene. Not only are they up-to-date with the latest trends but the brand also keeps in mind the accessibility and convenience in buying a piece. Known for its unique use of elements and quirkiness with every classic and glamorous piece, Moonshine sells limited designs and pieces for those who don’t want to bump into someone with the same outfit.

Designed for the night owls, Moonshine’s Amaretto line shows off its craftiness in creating gimmick clothes. Their Champagne line is made for those dearly cocktail events beyond perfect for that photo op. The Martini line is for after office hour cocktails that are best served when wearing something work appropriate and bar worthy. Easy to slip on and breezy pieces are made for a stroll in the park and happy Sundays. The top days are spent when you just want to bum around with your girlfriends at a nearby café hence the Hangover line.

Moonshine can mean so many things. To many, it’s one of those taboo alcohols back in the good old days. While to some, it means when the moon shines–it is nighttime. What people don’t know is that it also connotes gibberish, which can mean anything and everything. But to the owners, Moonshine is a way of life.

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