Women in their 30s must have these four items in their closet

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Celebrity stylist Kimi Yap (not in photo) believes that style is always about personal comfort.

(L-R) Marian Rivera, Anne Curtis, and Heart Evangelista know this by heart.

Every woman in her 30s should have been able to figure out her personal style.

Not quite sure yet? Allow us to help.

PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) gathered some tips from glamor girl Kimi Yap—one of the Yap sisters who style Kathryn Bernardo, Erich Gonzales, and Kris Aquino—on  fashion sensibility when we reach the big 3-0.

Read on.

Stick to what looks good on you

Kimi pointed out it's important that we “know [our] body frame.”

Not all clothes are designed to fit all shapes and sizes. One blouse may look good on one and ill-fitting on another.

She underlined, “Huwag ka lang bibili ng clothes na because it’s trendy.

“Know your body frame, know your style.”

Invest in the basics

For Kimi, the trick to looking good is keeping your attire age-appropriate and fit for the occasion.

She remarked, “Hindi mo naman siguro gusto ng masyadong magulo or, like, hindi appropriate for the age.

“For me, ang kailangan for 30 years old, mas clean, mas structured yung mga pieces.”

It would be best to fill your closet with good-fitting blazers, wide-legged pants, pencil cut skirts, and nice-looking tops.

“Feeling ko kasi kahit naka-nice top ka lang, tapos kahit naka-jeans ka na tattered, maganda pa rin.”

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Wear those heels

A must for Kimi, “Always wear heels.

“Parang everywhere you go, kunwari hindi ka masaydong sure, nakaka-add talaga kapag naka-heels ka.

“Nakaka-add sa confidence, nakaka-add sa posture, tapos mukhang bihis.”

Choose comfort over trendy  

At the end of the day, comfort is still the absolute rule in fashion.

Kimi underlined, “What you’re comfortable in, confident ka rin… Kung saan feeling mo gaganda ka, do’n ka.

“Ang fashion, iba’t iba naman yun. Interpretation mo yun. Style mo iyan.


“Iba’t ibat nga yung take mo sa fashion. Puwede hindi mo gusto, pero gusto ng iba.

“Ayoko magsabi ng no-no, kasi hindi mo naman masasabi.”





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