Fashion

Tootsy Angara Recycles Her Old Prom Dress for #SONA2017

The 26-year-old prom dress still fits!
IMAGE INSTAGRAM @tootsyangara
Comments

We all know outfit repeating is not a sin, but Tootsy Angara does it in a way that blows our mind. Donning her old prom dress (a 26-year-old creation by Pitoy Moreno), she looked positively radiant in the white Filipiniana dress that required absolutely no alterations!

First off, we love the fact that she wore the Filipiniana-inspired style to her prom. It goes to show that timeless details, like her off-shoulder neckline and soft tiers, prolong the longevity of your clothing. Well, that and a fuss-free beauty look. She paired her frock with a simple ponytail, minimal makeup, and hardly any accessories to keep things unfussy.

And second, we need clothes storage tips from her because that dress is still pristinely white as ever!

This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

Comments
View More Articles About:
About The Author
Janey Aniban for Preview.ph
View Other Articles From Janey
Comments
Latest Stories
 
Share
 
Share
There's more to come but each of these films is a pleasure (and possibly a masterpiece).
 
Share
Meanwhile, the funding for the restoration is proving to be less secure than originally thought.
 
Share
To celebrate the return of our favorite women of California's Central Coast, we've tracked down all the picturesque Monterey spots where the HBO show is filmed-and where the cast hangs out.
 
Share
Sotheby's takes T&C inside the mind of groundbreaking designer Suzanne Belperron with an exclusive video.
 
Share
From Arinnera to Zenvo, these are the best supercar brands in the world.
 
Share
Annie Aboitiz’s jewel of a home is a very personal place of gladness.
 
Share
Because sometimes "Happy Father's Day" just isn't enough.
 
Share
Ahead of Christie's upcoming "sale of the century," photographer Claiborne Swanson Frank captures fashion's most powerful wearing important jewels from Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence.
 
Share
Imagine: The museum is a charming little shop filled with fragile plates. The plates are dangerously thin and also cost more than your life.
Load More Articles
CONNECT WITH US