Philippine bet Beatrice Luigi Gomez's wardrobe for Miss Universe 2021 includes recycled clothes.
Bea has been seen in clothes that were previously worn by fellow Pinay beauty queens as a way to promote "sustainable fashion," and fully support the "green agenda" of this year's pageant in Israel.
On her way to a fashion show in Egypt, she was spotted in this metallic animal print dress previously worn by Miss Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco.
Bea paired it with thigh-high boots.
She also wore this monochromatic electric blue OOTD, which she paired with her Philippine flag-inspired earrings by Farah Abu.
The thigh-high boots she used was also previously worn by Karen.
While exploring some of the tourist destinations, Bea picked this white ruffle blouse paired with high-waisted plaid shorts and matched with thigh-high boots
Her entire outfit was the same shorts-and-boots combo that Karen wore during her trip to Japan in January 2020.
This golden modern terno by Ram Silva was actually part of Rabiya Mateo's wardrobe during her stint at the Miss Universe 2020 pageant last May 2021.
Bea wore it this year for a sponsored photo shoot.
She wore another Francis Libiran piece during the registration and fittings of the Miss Universe 2021 candidates shortly after her arrival.
Bea opted for a stylish yet comfy OOTD at another tourism event in Israel. She looked fresh in these printed coords by Rhett Eala and an orange blazer by Naomi Ng.
Probably one of her best OOTDs so far is her chartreuse halter cut-out jumpsuit by Nat Manilag.
Bea also wore a pair of earrings by Farah Abu for this OOTD.
The Cebuana beauty queen has sought the help of beauty queen stylists Rick Sotelo and Mikee Andrei for her OOTDs.
Filipino pageant fans are already looking forward to seeing Bea's outfits for Miss Universe 2021's important events, such as the national costume show, the interviews, the preliminaries, and the grand coronation night.
Fashion designer Axel Quen and jewelry maker Manny Halasan teamed up to create Bea's national costume for the pageant.
Andrea Meza of Mexico will crown her successor on December 12, 2021, at 7 p.m. ET (December 13, 2021, 7 a.m., Philippine time).