Making Wuaves

Fashion conscious ladies who are pressed for time can now find garments and accessories for just about any occasion, all conveniently located under one roof at the newest clothing store in town: Wuave Fashions.

Located in Caymanian Village on North Sound Road, at the site of the former La Chic, Wuave Fashions opened its doors to the public recently. The new store’s owner, Shirlene Pearson, has a passion for fashion that she just couldn’t resist sharing with her fellow womenfolk.

Whether you’re looking for beach casuals to strut down Seven Mile Beach in or evening wear that will make you the talk of the town, Wuave has something for every lady. 

Career girls will find an array of fitted jackets that will let their colleagues know they mean business. These can be mixed and matched with women’s shirts and blouses in just about any style: stripes, patterns, frills, long or short sleeved – the choices seem endless.

Party people meanwhile are spoilt for choice with a collection to slinky, strappy and off the shoulder tops in stretch, sheer and sequined fabrics, and a huge variety of dresses. There are simple linen shift dresses, long and glamorous evening gowns, fun and flirty mini-dresses, and timeless prom dresses.

There is even a small selection of wedding dresses on display alongside elegant dresses suitable for attending a wedding in.

Those looking for simple everyday wear will find a selection of basics such as plain coloured tanks, Ts and shorts, plain black and white underwear and ladies jeans from brands such as Eumina and Machine. Casual coloured pants, shorts and skirts can be dressed up or down with simple or elaborate tops throughout the store.

In a separate alcove the accessories addicts will find handbag heaven, with a selection of leather totes, bags and clutches, alongside a sandals, pumps and stilettos to complement any dress.

Funky, colourful hair clips, earrings and bracelets can be mixed and matched to personalise whichever outfit takes your fancy. Pop a pair of fashion sunglasses on your head for the finishing touch and away you go – to make some wuaves on the fashion scene.



Stephen Clarke