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Style Files: Winona Alano
Get to know this week's It Girl and find out what has influenced her style by checking out her top looks!
PHOTOS and CAPTIONS Winona Alona

Name: Winona Aubry L. Alano
Age: 17
City: Paranaque
School: Colegio de San Juan de Letran—Manila

My style. It will always depend on my mood within the day and it will usually vary between girly and hipster, nothing else.
Shopping faves. I love shopping at Landmark, Forever 21, and Penshoppe. Bazaars are a fave, too. I score unexpected pieces and I always get them at a very cheap price.
Style icons. It will always be Tricia Gosingtian and Kim Jones. They're both so girly and classy that I can't resist wanting to dress just like them. 
Style influence. Lookbook and random fashionistas everywhere have influenced my style.
Closet colors.Tons of pastel and bright colors , although half are dark clothes.
Fave accessory. Shoes! It can change the whole concept of every outfit.
Never wearing. Baggy pants. I have no idea why but I think it doesn't suit me well.
Trend return. The full fringe trend. I think it really makes every girl look quirky and fun.
Best bargain. A plain white satchel for only 500 pesos. So lucky I saw it before the last piece was gone.
Vintage love. I have a plain black cardigan from my mom. She gave it to me back when I was just 12.

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