Kathryn Bernardo’s style evolution is one that most people can resonate with. After all, we’ve witnessed how she’s grown into the woman she is today.
Kathryn Bernardo first appeared on television at the age of 7. Playing as a young Cielo on It Might Be You, she became a household name and landed countless phenomenal lead roles then after. A rising female actress in her own right, her career grew—and so did her style. Here’s a look back at Kathryn’s best style moments through the years.
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Who else wanted to have a custom gown by renowned designer Francis Libiran for their 18th birthday? Her stylists Kimi & Boop Yap were responsible for this era. ? Fresh from her Mara Clara days, her signature frilly dresses and feminine style foreshadowed her reign as the Teen Queen. Kathryn still wears her tulle dresses and pastel-coloured outfits from time to time—undoubtedly her style DNA.
Exploring her edgy side, Kathryn started wearing leather, lace, and baggy pants reminiscent of the 90s. TBH, it’s the sparkly boots for us! This was probably the era where she began falling in love with flared trousers and matching suits in the next few years.
Kathryn’s red carpet looks never fail. Always one to be a show-stopper, her sparkly gowns and sophisticated style was taken to the next level as the years progressed. Constantly in the best-dressed list, each of her looks are equally memorable and proves that she is now a woman.
Breaking the mold of most female leads, Kathryn finally establishes her now signature look in form of a good pair of trousers and a suit, thanks to her constant collaboration with stylist Jan Aranilla. She shows range when it comes to power dressing in feathered coordinates, a structured blazer with cycling shorts, and her many tailored sets.
Photos from Instagram/Kathryn Bernardo, Jan Aranilla, Kimi Yap, Charisma Lico, MEGA archives
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