Photos by Chico Limjap www.chicolimjap.com Top, Tyler; jeans, Zara; sandals, Dolce Vita.
Penny used to work in the corporate world as a banker. Her easygoing, cheerful and positive vibe is far from the serious image that comes to mind.
She has since shifted industries and now works as a travel consultant in A2A Safaris, a company that customise trips to exotic locations like Africa and Latin America. http://www.a2asafaris.com
Penny traded her structured suits for a more relaxed, yet polished wardrobe consisting of dresses, tops and pants in all prints imaginable (the woman is a print and color lover). Her vibrant collection of garments and accessories truly reflect her sunny disposition. Here she is in looks for weekend wear, travel uniform, office-appropriate and cocktail. All from her extensive closet!
A safari-themed dress for a full day at the office. Subtle hints like the snakeskin cuffs and sandals make all the difference. Dress, Mandy Dela Rama; sandals, Pedder.
Comfortable yet chic travel essentials keep her looking polished and warm. Everything is basic yet the bright coat adds punch. Red trench, Gap; jeans, 7forMankind; top, bazaar find; sneakers, Muji.
Sunday brunch with the family never looked this good! It can even transcend to Sunday mass. Floral tunic, Craftans by Pinky Calupe; jeans, Uniqlo; sandals, Aldo.
An office-appropriate dress than can go from daytime to cocktail hour. Dress, Mango; sandals, Dolce Vita.
Girl’s night out calls for a more casual and relaxed ensemble. Keep it looking polished by choosing a slim silhouette.
Lounging at home need not be done in sweats. An intricate robe is the perfect foil to ripped jeans. Kimono, Richie Ortega; jeans, Zara; tank, Uniqlo.