We’ve rounded-up some of our favorite weekend looks, perfect for a bit of weekend styling inspiration:
Sofia Andres. Yellow tops are even cuter when paired with neutral bottoms like blue jeans, or white or black pants. And if you find solid yellow too bright, then choose a striped iteration. Plus, you can also minimize the effect of the yellow by combining your yellow top (like a tank) with a blazer in a neutral color. This will still give you the hip vibrance of yellow without it being overpowering.
Andrea Brillantes. Sure, symmetry is beautiful and pretty and all that, but maybe, for now, it's supposed to be about uniqueness and out-of-the-box ideas. An asymmetrical hem, silhouette, or detail can be easy ways to exercise creativity so think one-of-a-kind.
Loisa Andalio. If you’re going to dabble on denim-on-denim, contrasting your top and bottom half is essential; too much of one shade will drown you out. Opt for a distressed style to add edge.
Elisse Joson. Jeans with a white top is the go-to outfit for many, from college students to young adults for a reason—and not just because it's a comfy look. The simplicity of a great pair of jeans and a clean white top makes this combo one of the most versatile outfits around and allows you to go from a day at the park to dinner with friends to a night of bar hopping and dancing with just a few quick (and easy!) accessory changes.
Janella Salvador. One of the ultimate wardrobe goals is having plenty of outfits that seamlessly transition from one event to the next, eliminating the need for a separate wardrobe for work, going out, and weekends. This casual gray dress can take you on all these, and more.
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