Rocking in style
We got excited over the different prints that festival-goers donned for the first and biggest electronic music festival in the country. From paisley to graphic bold prints, looks were captured and saved, as the event did a great job of capturing the spirit of an international musical festival.
She wore an old floral top matched with a denim skater skirt and black boots with metal clasps. She accessorized with a Marc by Marc Jacobs sling bag.
Her denim skater skirt was a refreshing sight in the crowd of girls in denim shorts.
She wore a plain silver polo, printed skater skirt and Sorelle boots.
“Fashion means no comfort,” they say, yet this girl challenged the idea and was able to come up with a fun, effortless and comfy outfit for the 12-hour party!
She wore a Free People top, 7 for All Mankind jean shorts and leather boots.
Her quirky skull eyewear definitely earned her an A+ in Festival Wear 101!
Cheska Mendiola, 17, DLSU/ BS-ENT
She wore a Forever 21 sheer orange top, Mango paisley shorts and ballet flats.
This is the definition of “keep it short and classy!”
Nia Fucoy, DLSU/Marketing student
She wore a Topshop floral top, Billabong shorts, and Forever 21 T-strap sandals.
She kept it sweet and created a cute, ’70s flower child hippie look.
Blanche Guarino, St. Dominic College of Asia
She wore a white tank top, Aztec printed palazzo pants, denim top as a cover, and gladiator sandals.
A standout outfit because of her take on the Aztec print trend—it was uniquely hers.
Ms Universe 2012 first runner-up Janine Tugonon looked smashing in her very laid-back get-up.
Divine Lee, blogger and TV personality, is not a newbie at wearing music-festival outfits, as she has been going to Coachella.
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