Fashion

Claudia Barretto and Juliana Gomez Are Your New Style Pegs for Your Debut

Whether you're celebrating your 18th birthday or attending your friend's party, look A+ like Claudia and Juliana!
IMAGE Juliana Gomez | instagram.com/gomezjuliana

No awkward teenage years for these besties! At a friend's 18th birthday at The Peninsula Manila, 17-year-old Claudia Barretto and 16-year-old Juliana Gomez looked red carpet ready in some fancy evening gowns.

Juliana played up the sultry and sassy angle in a magenta off-shoulder gown featuring a thigh-high slit (GMA Entertainment reports it's by Boom Sason), while Claudia opted for classic elegance in a beaded black gown by Rajo Laurel. Needless to say, both girls looked amazing.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Meanwhile, every parent with a teenager can relate to Juliana's mom, Lucy Torres-Gomez, who lamented the pair's growth in an IG post. She captioned her photo, "Oh, where did the time go...... I remember you both much smaller than this...." Aww!

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

your REACTION
BOO

1

HEART

1

CUTE

0

EWW

0

OMG

0

YAY

0

/////////////////////////////
COMMENTS. JOIN THE DISCUSSION BELOW!
VIEW more ARTICLES ABOUT
Recommended Videos
About the author
Patricia Dayacap for Cosmo.ph
VIEW OTHER ARTICLES FROM Patricia Dayacap for Cosmo.ph
Comments
latest on CandyMag.com
 
x
Share
Aside from electricity and water, here are some essential subscription services you can divide among you and your dormmates.
 
x
Share
I was young, supposedly halfway through my first college degree, working several side hustles to pay the bills with zero savings.
 
x
Share
You don't have to splurge a lot on an expensive model for its high-quality camera to get started with vlogging.
 
x
Share
Just like in your darkest times, your college friends were there with you during the best days of your life.
 
x
Share
Pasig City government aims to allow more scholars to have free tuition and higher incentives.
 
x
Share
The last remaining speakers of a dying language wanted help to preserve their heritage.
 
x
Share
LOAD MORE ARTICLES