You better werk, Pilipinas.
1. Kryz Uy
Kryz is a Filipina fashion blogger based in Manila and Cebu. That galaxy dress is out of this world, pun intended. You can follow her work on her website.
2. Raj Bay
Raj calls himself a fashion enthusiast who “enjoys the heat of the metro and mood of cafes.” Reppin’ some local brands in the blazer and shorts.
3. Stephanie Dy
4. Hezron Peralta
With a light color like that and large armholes, Hezron’s architectural outfit is a cool (literally!) way to layer in hot and humid Philippines. Check out his Lookbook here.
5. Shelly Espinelli
Shelly’s giving ’50s realness in the park at Fort Bonifacio High Street. Follow her on Instagram.
6. Mike Miguel
Mike is a student at Far Eastern University who probably majors in Mad Swag. Check out his Lookbook for more outfits.
7. Kryz Uy
Just had to have Kryz again because this feminine take on the barong Tagalog is FAB with a capital F, A, and B.
8. Janvie Tiu
Janvie’s outfit is hypnotizing for all the right reasons. Check out his blog for more looks.
9. Kristine G.
Who needs leggings when you’ve got knee-highs? Not Kristine! Salute back at you, girl. Follow her on Lookbook for more outfits.
10. Carlo Arizabal
Carlo’s jorts and Bart Simpson tee make his Crocs (yes, those are Crocs) look pretty damn cool. See more looks at his blog.
11. Jo Beth Javier
12. Kutik T.
Ugh, this outfit is beyond. “Never thought these Jodphur pants would be so comfortable,” Kutik says. “I paired it with my dad’s tee and some white blazer while I was out for coffee.”
13. Borgh Carino
The ombré on that bias-cut dress is ombré done right. Follow Borgh’s Instagram here.
The motorcycle jacket plus flower-parrot print combo says, “I can kick your ass but also let’s go birdwatching.” Follow Eden’s website here.
15. Aivan Magno
Avian’s headdress and sweater are made by Igorot people native to the province of Baguio. It’s high up in the mountains where it’s sweater weather 24/7. See more of his looks here.
16. L.A. Ferriols
These sleeves made a successful career change and became a fabulous cape. L.A. is a Filipina stylist from Manila and now based in New York.
17. Abraham Guardian
“Vintage head to toe once again,” said Abraham, a 17-year-old fashion student from Manila. “This is also my very first floral blazer I’ve ever owned.”
18. Tricia Gosingtian
Tricia’s sporting the country’s colors, so bonus points for a nationalistic outfit. See more ensembles in her Lookbook.
19. Allen M.
Allen looks awesome, but the real team player in this outfit are those shoes. Bravo, classy sandals. Bravo. Check out his Lookbook here.
20. Liz Dumdum
Of this boho-chic dress, Liz says on her website, “Even if I’m on the minimalist side of things when it comes to personal style, it’s nice going back to my good ole’ bohemian days.”
“It’s always fun to attend parties full of fashion enthusiasts,” Yen said. “There’s the irony of everyone making an effort to be fashionable but then again no one really cares how flamboyant or out of this world your look might be because everyone there understands fashion.”
22. Salvee Retuya
Salvee is a wife, mother, nurse, and certified fashionista. Just look at that floral jacket! See, y’all? It really pays off to go thrifting. Visit her style blog here.
23. David Guison
Loving those chic leather sleeves on David. This is like, the varsity fashion team’s uniform. See more dapper outfits on his Lookbook.
24. Anna Dominique Lumague
“This was taken last December 24,” said Anna. “When I saw the output, it seemed like my outfit was more summer-y than Christmas-y.” Welcome to the Philippines, y’all, where winter is never coming! See her Lookbook here.
25. Andre Judd
Andrew knows that it’s never overkill when it comes to superheroes. See more of his brave fashion choices on his Lookbook.
26. Yelle Dela Cruz
In her floral maxi dress and handmade accessories, Yelle is giving us traditional Filipiniana realness. See more in her Lookbook.