The ’90s Is Making Its Way to Havaianas
Make Your Own Havaianas 2017 is all about eight-bit video games, cassette tapes, and boom boxes.

In recent years, Havaianas has gone to space, partied in Hawaii, and toured Japan. This year, the country's biggest celebration for flip-flops is going back in time with a throwback to '90s nostalgia. 

Think cassette tapes, boom boxes, video game icons, glow-in-the-dark celestial symbols—all of which feature in this year's collection of pins. Havaianas is also introducing 3D-tech that will instantly print customized pins of your initials. 

This year's featured pair comes with a black sole with a funky, colorful eight-bit design. 

Make Your Own Havaianas is happening throughout summer on these dates: 

May 12 to 14 Mega Fashion Hall
May 18 to 21: All Flip-Flops Bonifacio Hight Street; SM City Tarlac; SM City Iloilo
May 25 to 28: Alabang Town Center; All Flip-Flops SM City Naga; SM City Cabanatuan
June 1 to 4: All Flip-Flops Robinsons Place Ermita; Sole Patrol Robinsons Calasiao
June 8 to 12: All Flip-Flops Trinoma; Ayala Center Cebu
June 15 to 18: All Flip-Flops SM Mall of Asia; SM Seaside City Cebu; SM Lanang Premier
June 22 to 25: CommonThread, Rockwell
June 29 to July 2: All Flip-Flops SM Megamall; SM City Cagayan de Oro, Red Dot Robinsons Place Ilocos

You can also plan your style in advanced by trying out combinations at

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