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Style Files: Fiona Decano

Find out where she shops and see how her mom has influenced her personal style by going through some of her favorite looks.
photos and captions courtesy of Fiona Decano

Name: Fiona Megan Decano
Age: 21
Hometown: Quezon City
School: University of Santo Tomas

Polished look. My style is a combination of sophisticated and cute. I also really like colors and prints but most importantly I always want to look "put-together."
Shopping bliss.
I consider Forever 21, Topshop and some online stores as my go-to-shops! Other times I enjoy shopping at Jellybean, Tomato, Mango, Zara, department stores and rtw sections for awesome finds.
Style icons.
Laureen Uy and the Olsen twins are my style icons. I'm petite just like them which is why I love that their styles reflect that size doesn't matter as long as you stand out and express individuality.
Inspiration.
Definitely my mom. Growing up, I always saw my mom dress her best at all times, wherever she went. She has influenced my style by teaching me that I should always be confident and stand out. She's become both my mentor and stylist. You will definitely want to raid her closet for awesome clothes!
Closet palette.
Inside my closet you will find a lot of jewel tones, pastel colors and prints :)
Style must-have. A statement necklace. It can instantly give oomph to your outfit. You can wear a basic tee and look stylish when you wear a statement necklace. It's my favorite piece of accessory because it could define the whole outfit without doing so much.
Trend revival. '80s! This was the time when girls wore a lot of colors while sporting wild updo hairstyles! I just love all the balloon skirts,  colorful tights and loose polka dot tops. It just seems to make the world a happier place.
What a steal! A motorcycle leather vest from Tomato. It has simple and unique cuts plus it's very comfortable to wear. It's also a statement piece you can wear both day and night. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the price was less than P700! :) Total bargain.
Vintage hand-me-downs from grandma. I have a lot of vintage dresses and bags which mostly came from my grandmother. My favorite would be a cyan sheer maxi dress which is loose at the top that has cute tiny bird prints. It has graced most of the day parties I've been to and I style it by cinching my waist and putting on sky-high heels. What was trendy 50 years ago will look awesome today especially when you put your own personal touch.

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