Tomboy years Use jumper shorts to instantly feel the gender bending. Black graphic shirt, Zara; pleather jumper shorts, Bershka; oversized cardigan, stylist’s own; red leather boots, Doc Martens
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 12:40 AM November 29, 2013
The ’90S grunge was about a coming-of-age period in styling. It was about rebellion and breaking rules. For this year, it comes with a new definition. Neo-grunge is about challenging norms and creating new ideas. It’s not just about plaid and leather, but mixing it with different prints and fabrics.
Styling and words by Maureen Manuel
Photographed by Edric Chen
Makeup by Chuchie Ledesma of Maybelline New York
Hair by Mark Castro
Modeled by Maan Marquez of PMAP
Use jumper shorts to instantly feel the gender bending. Black graphic shirt, Zara; pleather jumper shorts, Bershka; oversized cardigan, stylist’s own; red leather boots, Doc Martens
Wear a blazer with a plaid shirt to exude a sleek and powerful aura in a crowd.
Black blazer with gold buttons, plaid long-sleeved shirt, leather mini skirt, Zara; black oxfords, Doc Martens
Transform a boho slip dress with boyish laid-back style by pairing it with a structured vest. Black floral slip dress, Zara; red origami vest, Xernan Orticio; black oxford shoes, Doc Martens
A pencil skirt can look street-styleappropriate when paired with a graphic sweatshirt. Off Duty sweatshirt, and neoprene pencil skirt, Zara; ruby earrings, SM Accessories
Rebellion looks better when you’re not explicitly revolting. Mixing florals with plaid brings that spirit without alarming authorities. Floral bomber jacket, Bershka; plaid skirt, Zara