Style Stereotypes Series: Online Stores for the Glam, Edgy, and Classic Girl

WHEN IN MANILA, we all have certain style stereotypes (I’ve tried the boho chic trend with Bermuda Fashion!) that we fall into. Whether you’re the prep royalty like Blair Waldorf or the boho chic like Rachel Zoe. Personally, my style is more of a fusion between edgy, glam, and classic. I love wearing pieces that are timeless, but never boring; simple but will turn heads.

It’s no secret that I love shopping, be it through the clicks and portal world or the traditional bricks and mortar boutiques. For the last couple of weeks, I have been on the hunt for stores that embodies my style stereotypes. And after weeks of searching I finally found my go to online shops perfect for my style.

EDGY – Vetus

Vetus is an online store that houses sexy and edgy pieces that are just to die for!Perfect for girls with edgy as their style stereotype.

One of my favorite edgy looks from Vetus is this black bustier top that I paired with Vetus’ black pencil skirt.

 

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One of my girl crushes, Naya Rivera, has been spotted all over different red carpet events sporting sexy crop tops. If you don’t have the guts to show the world your belly, but would still love to wear a bustier top, pair it with a high waist skirt, and show off your toned midriff instead.

 

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Models and celebrities everywhere are rocking the origami skort and I don’t see why you shouldn’t. What I love about this origami skort from Vetus is that it has the femininity of a skirt without me having to worry about flashing the crowd.

 

GLAM – Stylehunter.ph

When I first saw the pieces from Stylehunter.ph, I knew it wasn’t for the faint at heart. With an amazing stylist for an owner, clothes from Stylehunter.ph will always be on trend, and not to mention glamorous for the glam girl that you are.

 

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One of my favorite pieces from Stylehunter.ph is this white laser cut top. I love the pattern and the cut of the dress is perfect for all the glamazons out there.

 


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