While Sarah Geronimo is slowly embracing her “fierce” side—as seen through some of her recent fashion choices—she still can't completely let go of her girl-next-door style.
At the recently concluded Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2012, the pop princess stood up for her belief that being fabulous and sexy doesn’t require one to go bold or even bare some skin.
On May 27, at the SM Mall of Asia Atrium, Sarah opened the runway show for clothing brand Unica Hija as part of the Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2012.
Along with her fellow endorser, international Pinay supermodel Charo Ronquillo, the singer-actress donned lovely “kikay” outfits in creamy pastel hues, vintage color palettes, and classic cuts that can send every girly girl’s heart aflutter.
PASTELS. For her first outfit, Sarah sported a clean look, wearing a chiffon blouse in muted old rose, white trousers, and tan leather sandals.
It was a classic look carefully accessorized with a dainty white lace headband, a batch of gold bracelets, and a quilted patent leather handbag.
The pastel shades on Sarah are truly easy on the eye and give off an air of freshness.
PRINTS. Her second outfit was much more eye-catching—a sleeveless A-line dress fully printed in plaid, matched with maroon stockings.
The look was reminiscent of the classic private-school-girl look accented with accessories—bangles in black, silver, and gold; a slim tan belt, and mocha platform sandals—that tend to blend in rather than overpower.
VINTAGE. For her third look, Sarah channeled her inner Jackie O as she stepped out in super sized bug-eye shades.
Her yellow dress, which appeared to be more on the saffron shade, gave an instant blast from the past, being a trendy hue back in the 1970’s.
She paired it with black stockings (careful not to show her legs!) and color- blocked slingback pumps.
LACE. Finally, Sarah closed the show wearing a lace asymmetric dress in old rose and mocha plus matching platform wedges.
It’s safe to say that the outfit is “very Sarah” — just as sweet, charming and adorable as the pop star.