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Show Your School Spirit at Regatta!

Merriam-Webster.com defines the word regatta as a boat/sailing race.  And what better name to use in describing a store simply infused with a refreshing nautical theme?

Photo from the Regatta facebook page

Founded in 1989, Regatta is actually a local brand (who knew?) developed from the same company that brought us Penshoppe and ForMe.  Known for their clothes and accessories, they sell cool, comfy fashion that fits every demographic.

In their continuing quest to provide fashionable clothing, Regatta just recently launched their newest collection.  Drawn from inspiration by the ever popular and harmless rivalry between universities held at that quintessential UAAP arena comes their newest collection of micro pique polo shirts that come in blue, green, yellow, maroon and white.

Dubbed as Wear your Color, the line encourages people to wear their school colors high and proud!

Wear Your Color brand ambassadors (from L to R):
 Kirk Long from Ateneo, Kathleen Madrigal from UP Diliman,
Jaypee Torres from UST, and Andrew Wilson from DLSU-Manila.
(Photo from the Regatta facebook page)

What better way to support your school than through fashion!  ☺

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To learn more about Regatta and their Wear Your Color line, please visit http://www.regatta.com.ph/.  You can also follow them on their Facebook or Twitter pages.

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