Heart Evangelista fashionably dressed in "new normal" outfits

by Nikko Tuazon
May 21, 2020
Heart Evangelista shows how to be fashionably (and safely) dressed in the time of COVID-19.
PHOTO/S: @iamhearte on Instagram

Heart Evangelista shows how her sense of style is adjusting to the "new normal."

In her Instagram post dated May 19, 2020, she posts photos of her safe and stylish OOTDs,

Here, she wears a camo-print PPE-style pullover dress.

Designed by her cousin Madelaine Ongpauco Barlao, the dress features a drawstring waist adjustment and a detachable hoodie.

She completes the look with a chain belt, a pair of mules, and a lambskin flap bag from Chanel.

But her major accessory is: a face mask accented with Chanel's gift-wrapping ribbons.

Heart's Lambskin & Grosgrain mules in beige and black come with a price tag of SGD1,430 or PHP51,200, according to the brand's official website.

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Later that day, Heart uploads a photo of herself in an all-white suit from Prabal Gurung's Resort 2019 collection.

Sculptural tulip sleeves add flair to this white crepe tailored jacket which retails for USD1,895 or around PHP95,800. Meanwhile, the bootleg trousers are priced at $895 or PHP45,400. Both items are displayed on the brand's website.

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On Wednesday, May 20, Heart is clad in a black-and-red, PPE-style dress made by fashion designer Mark Bumgarner.

She also wears a short brim bucket hat from Dior, which has a price tag of USD680 or around PHP34,000 on the brand's website.

And who can miss her Hermès micro Kelly bag?

According to an auction site, it has an estimated worth of $19,012 or PHP945,000, or just under P1M.

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PEPsters, which of these OOTDs do you like the most?

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Heart Evangelista shows how to be fashionably (and safely) dressed in the time of COVID-19.
PHOTO/S: @iamhearte on Instagram
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