Belle Mariano is definitely one of the most popular actresses of her generation, and it’s clear to see why. Not only has she captivated her audience with her stellar acting chops, she’s also a budding style icon—and her Star Magical Prom looks are proof. (Yup, that’s right—we said looks!) She didn’t only serve one outfit for tonight's affair; she prepared four different gowns, and all of them are fit for a prom queen. Get a closer look at each of her gorgeous dresses below!
LOOK: All of Belle Mariano's Dresses for the Star Magical Prom 2023
Before Belle could even walk down the Star Magical Prom ivory carpet, she teased the audience with short video clips and photoshoots showcasing various looks fashioned by Belle’s go-to designer Francis Libiran and styled by Adrianne Concepcion and Miss Vince.
Shot at Beyond Concept Studios and art directed by Eugene David, the videos were artfully done by Chapters PH and the photographs were lensed by Andrea Beldua. All of the sets were beautifully designed by Matthew Filart.
Her first look for the night was a blush pink pleated gown that draped beautifully across her body. Matching her dress was an oversized feather hat that added just the right amount of glam to her soft and subtle dreamy look. To complement her outfit, her makeup artist Jake Galvez went for fresh shades of pink on her lids, cheeks, and lips, while her nails were painted a pinkish nude by Mimi Qiu Reyes.
For her second look, she took it up a notch with a green and purple strapless ball gown fit for a princess. The dress was fully embellished from the bodice to the skirt in different beads and floral motifs. Her hair, which was styled by Kiel Otilla, was scrunched into soft beach waves that perfectly framed her face.
And just when you thought she was done, she went ahead and posted a third look even more glamorous than the last. She went full bloom in a one-shouldered peach-and-lavender frock that looked just like a bed of petals.
Her final look that made it to the ivory carpet? She definitely made sure to dress to the nines. She wore a white strapless corset dress with a black and white high-low ostrich feather skirt also designed by Francis and styled by Adrienne. She completed her look with simple black pumps and an eye-catching set of square cut turquoise and diamond jewelry.