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FOREVER21 blouse, thrifted shorts, thrifted shoes from Korea

Reedley International School

Inspiration: Tumblr

My style: watered-down Harajuku

Forever21 blouse;

thrifted shorts;

thrifted shoes from Korea

UKAY shirt, DIY; Celio pants; Powernet mesh clothmade into a scarf; Pony shoes

College of Saint Benilde

Inspiration: Rick Owens (designer; weathered, worn, rugged), East Asian fashion

My style: Glamour grunge

UKay shirt, DIY;

Celio pants;

Powernet mesh cloth made into

a scarf; Pony shoes

Athena Alexandria Cartagena, 18,

Ateneo de Manila University

Inspiration: Elle Ribera from Tumblr

My style: Dreamy and feminine

Thrifted jacket from the province;

Candies tunic top;

Bayo skirt (I swear by their pieces!);

Landmark shoes

Shar Buendia, 22

THRIFTED jacket from the province; Candies tunic top; Bayo skirt (I swear by their pieces!); Landmark shoes

Inspiration: Music

My style: Wide spectrum, can even call it bipolar

Oxygen beanie;

Forever21 top;

Mango pants;

Hong Kong night market boots;

Elephant Farm (Bangkok) necklace;

Bayo and vintage Thai rings;

Longchamp bag

Serene

Inspiration: Everything around me

My style: Comfortable-chic

OXYGEN beanie, Forever21 top, Mango pants, Hong Kong nightmarket boots

Hong Kong polo;

Zara pants;

Baby Phat shoes;

Voren Jay bag (online store Korea)

Clarisse Barnal, 21

Nihonggo Center

Inspiration: Magazines

My style: Mix and match

topshop top;

Forever21 pants and shoes;

Vietnam necklace

Nadine Cabe, 20,

De La Salle University

Inspiration: Camille Co, my Barbie dolls

My style: Functional Fantasy. I love being clothed like my dolls. I have skin asthma, that’s why I’d like to be more covered up, but still have that dreamy fantasy vibe like my dolls when I was younger.

ThrifteD top and skirt;

SM Parisian shoes;

Divisoria stockings

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