Clozette Tea Party 2017: The Philippine Leg | Clozette

After the Singapore and Malaysia stops, it was finally time for the Philippine leg of the Clozette Tea Party 2017 in celebration of the new Clozette. On 21 October, Clozette Ambassadors, Star Clozetters, most active members of the community, and fashion and beauty enthusiasts got together while clad in stylish garb in colours we love — Sleek Slate, Timeless White, Power Pink and Graceful Blush.




The afternoon was spent sharing conversations about the things we love most — fashion and beauty, of course — while enjoying the delicious selections at the crepe and cheese fondue buffets at La Creperie in Salcedo Village, Makati. Our guests (and members of #TeamClozette) also enjoyed the afternoon testing out products by our lovely sponsor Features & Shades, as well as taking photos of their products and calligraphy notes at their flatlay station. Our beauty-loving selves were also treated to a makeup demo of a monochromatic to metallic look.

Everyone tried their hand at making their own tassel earrings at the #TeamClozette-ran booth, got their names and social media handles written in calligraphy, and took their best photos at the photo printout booth.

The gathering would not be complete without some prizes, though. For the lucky draw, winners got to take home goodies from our sponsor Features & Shades, as well as from DKNY and Michael Kors. The best-dressed lady during the gathering, meanwhile, took home a chic pink bag courtesy of Zalora.

Missed the fun? Below are the highlights!


Guests got to try Features & Shades products



Attendees took photos to their hearts' content at two fun photo stations





Guests learned how to make their own tassel earrings and got their names and favourite quotes written in calligraphy



Cool prizes for lucky winners





Goodie bags with products from Features & Shades and Zalora



See the highlights of the Malaysian leg of the Clozette Tea Party here.


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While the weather has been quite erratic lately, we can already look forward to the cool breeze that comes with the holiday season. With that, our wardrobes need a little makeover. If you're gearing up for the cold, too, here are some outfits to inspire you.


Cool and clean


(Photo from: Hannahchia)


Dark


(Photo from: StilettoesDiva)



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We've already shared the fashion and beauty looks we loved from this season of Manila Fashion Festival. Now, it's time to discern which style trends emerged from the collections of different designers at MFF Beyond. Although each designer has a different theme and signature style, we were able to pinpoint quite a few trends.


Watch out for these Spring/Summer 2018 fashion trends that will surely invade our wardrobes sooner or later. 


Ruffles


(From left to right Rob Ortega, Yong Davalos, Jinggay Serag)


Ruffles are back in style for spring and summer. Some of us may have an initial aversion to wearing clothing with ruffles as they can come off as too frilly. Make no mistake, a well-placed ruffle is indeed a statement detail but the overall vibe can remain chic and elegant. It's all about balancing the ensemble to streamline the look.


Bell Sleeves


(From left to right  Veejay Floresca, Rica Rico, Gyle)


Bell sleeves are a great choice if you wanna look bold and fashion-forward at a moment's notice. And with our hectic schedule these days, we're definitely stocking up on bell-sleeved tops and dresses. 


Minimalist Patchwork 


(From left to right — KC Pusing, Genevieve Go, Naoki); Middle photo from @mnlfashionfest


Traditionally, patchwork dresses are made with various fabrics sewn up together to create a piece of clothing. But there's another way to approach this style. Mix only two or three elements to create a cohesive yet playful look. 




Get to know the new breed of designers at recent NYFW, too!


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