We typically look to local celebrities and influencers for style inspo. But if you're growing tired of seeing the same old OOTD pegs on your feed, you'll likely find fresh ideas by visiting the grids of the country's ultra-wealthy. Why bother, you ask? These young and aspirational personalities are the definition of class, but they're also not shy to flaunt some bling when they're feeling a little extra. Much like their lavish lifestyle, their taste in fashion is refined, envy-worthy, and nothing short of top notch.
TL;DR: They simply have great style, and you should follow them ASAP. Read more about them below:
1. KC Del Rosario
The daughter of Brunei's Prince Jefri Bolkiah and his Filipino wife Evangeline Del Rosario, KC has mastered the art of styling sultry yet elegant 'fits. Although she's usually spotted in luxury fashion labels, she's also an up-and-coming fashionista herself thanks to her degrees from Raffles Design Institute and Central Saint Martins.
2. Milka Romero
Milka may be the daughter of business tycoon Mikee Romero, but that didn't stop her from proving her own worth and establishing ten restaurants under her name. Beyond her business credentials, though, Milka is also a style star with a penchant for laid-back looks and island-girl OOTDs.
3. Mary Pacquiao
Like her mom Jinkee Pacquiao, Mary's fond of timeless designer bags and other eye-catching pieces. At only 15, she's already a pro at adding her own youthful flair to vintage staples and classic silhouettes. So if you're struggling to strike that tricky balance between trendy and timeless, get some style cues from Mary!
4. Rocio Zobel
The younger members of the illustrious Zobel clan are making their mark on different fields, and Rocio is the go-to when it comes to fashion. The youngest daughter of Inigo Zobel is currently studying fashion photography in Parsons School of Design, so she's not afraid to experiment with various Gen Z aesthetics. You'll see a bit of everything while scrolling through Rocio's feed—Y2K, dark academia, streetwear, the whole nine yards!