Style Files: Diane Maniago

Get to know this fashionable girl's favorite store, best bargain buy, and style influence by checking out her top looks!
  |  Oct 13, 2013
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Name: Diane Maniago
Age: 19
City: Cavite
School: Lyceum of the Philippines University

My style. It's really difficult to describe my style because I always find myself changing it at some point. But, I guess I will always be a mix of edgy and chic.
Shopping faves. Forever21. Most of my clothes and shoes are from F21 but I can shop anywhere! I've been a fan of online shopping but I still think going to stores is the best way to enjoy shopping.,
Style icons. I read Chloe Ting's fashion blog and I enjoy her sense of style. I also like the style of our very own Kryz Uy.
Stylish influence. Fashion blogs, Lookbook, and Instagram. Mostly though, I've been influenced by my mom. Since I was a kid I've always adored my mom's sense of style. If you're a reader of mine, you know how I always use all her old clothes.
Closet colors. Black, gold, blue (because it compliments my skin color very well) white, and pastel colors.
Fave accessory. A watch. I always want to be on time so I cannot go out without a watch.
Not wearing. I'm open to trying out different styles. So, as long as I'm happy wearing it, I will definitely sport it.
Trendy comeback. Everything from the '70s of course.
Best bargain buy. A YSL clutch for only $10! What a steal! I got it from a vintage online shop and it's really authentic.
Vintage love. I have a Blazer that my mom gave me and it's practically as old as I am.

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