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‘What is your style resolution for 2013?’

2bU went to the country’s summer capital, and here’s what we found–thanks to its cool weather, people can dress up with more fashion sense

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James Lontoc, 20, Saint Louis University “To have a different look every day so I won’t look generic.”

Baguio

1-4

Jan Robert Nicandro, 20,

University of the Cordilleras

“To play with more patterns and colors.

I love black and gray too much.”

MARKUS coat, Equipped top, Cotton On pants, thrifted clutch, Boxfresh shoes, snake bone bracelet from Boracay

5-7

Kris Abrigo, UP Diliman “To add colors to my wardrobe, particularly olive greens, rusty oranges and the like.”

John Dave de Jesus, 20,

Saint Louis University

“To explore more options so I won’t be predictable.”

TWO Percent Homme coat, Mossimo turtleneck, Oxygen scarf, Girbaud stone washed jeans, Puma shoes

Soleil Ignacio UP Diliman “Since I’m evolving into a more mature look, I want to buy dresses and go for a toned-down, gritty/grunge look. I’m interested in adding more earth tones to my wardrobe.”

8-9

James Lontoc, 20,

Saint Louis University

“To have a different look every day so I won’t look generic.”

OLD NAVY bomber jacket, Calvin Klein shirt, Levis 511 jeans, Penshoppe shoes

10-13

Jairus Sumineg, 21,

Saint Louis University

“To be more experimental, now that I have discovered my particular style.”

Bong Jailani “To try out more prints.”

THRIFTED polo and socks, J.Crew shoes

SM Men’s pants,

Comme des Garcons bag

14-17

Philip Carlo Malala, 21,

Saint Louis University

“To add an outstanding accessory to every outfit.”

Jairus Sumineg, 21, Saint Louis University “To bemore experimental, now that I have discovered my particular style.”

G2000 COAT, thrifted polo with DIY detail, Oxygen pants and ring, Milanos shoes

18-19

Raisa Aquino

“To give my feminine style a more edgy touch, thus the jacket.”

POLO from Korea, Topshop jacket and skirt, H&M shoes

SM stockings

Photos by Ronan Capili

Philip CarloMalala, 21, Saint Louis University “To add an outstanding accessory to every outfit.”

Manila

20-22

Bong Jailani

“To try out more prints.”

FOLDED & Hung shirt, Bench pants, Converse shoes, I2I glasses

23-27

Kris Abrigo,

UP Diliman

Raisa Aquino “To give my feminine style a more edgy touch, thus
the jacket.”

“To add colors to my wardrobe, particularly olive greens, rusty oranges and the like.”

TOPMAN cap, Oxygen polo, pants from ukay, New Balance shoes, Penshoppe bag, bracelets from Boracay and Baguio

28-34

Soleil Ignacio

UP Diliman

“Since I’m evolving into a more mature look, I want to buy dresses and go for a toned-down, gritty/grunge look. I’m interested in adding more earth tones to my wardrobe.”

TOP and bag from Hong Kong, shorts from ukay, Topshop shoes, random-bought bracelets, Nixon watch

PHOTOS BY RONAN CAPILI


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