#TakeControl of Your Day with UNIQLO’s Super Non-Iron Shirt for Men and Drape Blouse for Women

Japanese global apparel retailer, UNIQLO introduces this season’s Men‘s Super Non Iron Shirts and Women‘s Drape Blouses featuring versatile styles and colorways to help Filipinos #TakeControl of any given situation.

It could be hard to find the right clothes that leave you feeling comfortable throughout the day. Dress clothes don’t necessarily fall into the category of pieces that provide a free range of motion, but UNIQLO’s high-performing, unique apparel saves you from worrying about the state of your clothes no matter what situation you find yourself in.

Rooted in the brand’s LifeWear philosophy that aims to constantly innovate and bring better comfort to people’s lives, UNIQLO releases its updated range of Drape Blouses and Super Non Iron Shirts. Ideal for men and women on-the-go, the new season collections feature an array of styles and colors fit for various occasions.

UNIQLO’s Women’s Drape Blouses add a sophisticated, feminine style to any look. Its loose-fitting designs allow for easy coordination while its versatile styles make it ideal for casual or office wear. The drape blouses are made with easy-care 100% polyester with a smooth feel. It is made of textured material that is wrinkle-resistant which works well in any situation.

The UNIQLO Men’s Super Non Iron Shirt is made with special stitching and processing to stay almost completely wrinkle-free, even after washing. This wrinkle-resistant shirt that is so advanced that it had to be specially engineered with 80-count threads that give the pinpoint Oxford material a very supple, elegant feel. Its classic design also makes it a suitable option for business to formal events.

A culmination of function and style, both collections feature items designed with high-quality materials to accommodate Filipinos’ dynamic and multi-faceted lifestyles.

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