Style Files: Della De Leos

Let this week's It Girl inspire your minimalist grunge looks.
by Erin Torrejon   |  Sep 24, 2015
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Name: Della De Leos
Age: 19
City: Quezon City
School: University of the Philippines - Diliman

My style. Minimal, grunge, and comfortable. But I always like to keep it classy.
Shopping faves. Topshop, H&M, Forever21, and bazaars!
Style icons. Olivia Lopez, Kim Jones, Rumi Neely, Vanessa Hudgens, and Demi Lovato.
Style influence. I love Rumi Neely's simple but classy style! I'm also inspired by Demi Lovato's grunge look.
Closer colors. Shades of gray! Lots of black and grays.
Fave accessory. I consider my ombre hair an accessory because it makes me look edgy.
Never wearing. Mandals. It's just not my style.
Trend return. Polka dots. They're so cute but since it's not currently a trend, it just seems to be too attention-grabbing.
Best bargain. My chunky heels from H&M that only cost me P700 because of the amazing sale.
Vintage love. I love my Gucci watch from my dad and he had since he was in high school!

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I love pleated skirts! They look good with any kind of top. And my floppy hat is my secret element to looking classy.

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Resident fashion and beauty girl. I’m a health-nut who devotes cheat days to french fries and other glorious carbs. I live at the beach and I can talk about movies, music,  clothes, and my current beauty obsessions for hours on end. 
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