Camo Chic. Exude an undeniable cool like Kim Chiu, while she was waiting for their Etiquette for Mistresses presscon preps to start, in camo skinny jeans—it’s best paired with a white shirt for extra freshness and accessories in shades of brown. Fresh out of the shower and running late? Throw this on and no one will know you had little time to prepare.
Ballerina for a Day. A tutu off stage? A definite yes, says Anne Curtis, who donned it on It’s Showtime. To keep it from looking costume-y, wearing it with relaxed pieces like a cropped top and sneakers—no ballerina flats, please, lest you actually want someone to ask you to perform.
Charm Away. Don’t be afraid to wear a sequined number, just make sure it’s in a flattering silhouette like this Charina Sarte mini (styling by Adrianne Concepcion) on Saab Magalona for her launch as one of Johnnie Walker’s The Way I Walk ambassadors. Saab knew she needed to keep the accessories very minimal, but managed to integrate her nerdy side to this glam ensemble through a Harry Potter charm necklace.
Bling It. “Who needs make up if your bling game is this strong?!?,” asked Iza Calzado on her Instagram account. We couldn’t agree more, so invest on a statement ring, diamonds optional—there are a wide range of pieces out there that fit different budgets.
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