Style Files: Corine Sibug

Learn more about fashionable girl's stylish influences and favorite trend by checking out her favorite looks!
  |  Nov 18, 2012
photos and captions courtesy of Maria Sibug
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Name: Maria Corina Sibug
Age: 17
City: Antipolo City
School: De La Salle College of Saint Benilde

Stylish mood. My style depends on my mood, but I always make sure to wear something that's eye-catching yet still comfortable and not too over the top.
Shopping musts. I enjoy shopping at Forever21, Jellybean, Mango, Zara, and different thrift shops along the Taft area.
Style icon. Definitely Miley Cyrus. I think she has impeccable style.
Influenced. In my opinion, I didn't use to have a sense of style before. The different Philippine fashion bloggers were the ones who influenced me to start getting into fashion. I also think that I started having my own fashion sense after reading my mom's fashion magazines. That was exactly when I discovered that style comes hand in hand when choosing your outfits.
Inside my closet.  A whole lot of dark colors, tons of white, and a few bright pieces.
Accessory favorite. I am currently addicted to spikes and metal accessories.
Not ever.  I would never wear something too out there, like pairing a floral dress with winter boots. That's definitely a NO for me. It's because I always make sure to match pieces together, whether by the color or by the season.
Trendy return. I would love it if the fashion during the 1960's becomes trendy again! I also really admire Audrey Hepburn. I love her vintage yet classic sense of style.
Shopping steal. An aztec dress in a thrift shop that was only worth P50.00.
Family vintage. My mom's hippie shirt is the oldest vintage piece I now own. I think it's already 20 years old!

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