Style Files: Jeanne Khe

This girl from UA&P wants to see '50s hats in fashion again.
  |  Mar 18, 2012
photo and captions courtesy of Jeanne Khe
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Name: Jeanne Khe
Age: 21
School: University of Asia & the Pacific
Quezon City

Mood dresser. I don't have a particular style. My outfits usually depend on the occasion, the weather, my mood, or what's available in my closet. As much as possible, I try to create a look based on what I have because I want to maximize their use.
Smart shopper.
I love shopping in Forever 21 and H&M because of the wide variety of clothes, shoes, and accessories they're selling. I also frequent The Ramp, Greenhills, Zara, Topshop and SM Department store. I may visit those stores a lot, but I'm not really brand conscious. I get what I find attractive whether they're branded or not.
Fave fashion designer.
Karl Lagerfeld, Philip Lim, and Alexander Wang.
Always wearing…
a cover-up, which is usually either a blazer or a cardigan. I think they add  extra flavor and excitement to my look because there are more things to see compared to just a top a bottom.
I get inspiration from Lookbook, fashion blogs, store displays, tv shows, random people and many more.
Style goddesses.
I like Alexa Chung, Kate Moss, Andy Torres, Camille Co, and Kryz Uy. 
Color palette.
Black, white, nude, brown, pastels, and very few bright colored ones.
Never ever!
Knee-length board shorts. They just don't look good on me, not even when I'm on the beach!
The basic three.
Collared button-down shirts, black pumps, and little black dress.
Trend rebirth.
Hats from the '50s. Although my head doesn't seem to be in good terms with hats because most of them don't look good on me, I still like seeing people wearing them. I think it adds chicness to a look.
Vintage loot.
 I got a lot of vintage stuff from my mom. My favorites are the following: Bally belt and Charriol sling bag. They are very classic pieces and they look great with anything so I use them a lot. She also gave me some accessories and a few blazers. She had those things for more or less 20 years, but they're still in good condition.

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