Ghafy styles the Tampico kimono jacket, making it day-to-night appropriate.
We met Ghafy Borres IRL during our pop-up in Power Plant Mall last Christmas. She would come to the shop almost every week to check on the new arrivals and would always leave with loot, often clothes, sometimes shoes, accessories or home stuff. Needless to say, after her nth visit, we became familiar with her easy smile and feminine demeanor so she was a natural pick for our next Seeker Spin series.
"I hardly shop anywhere else but Seek nowadays!", she tells us when we get to her flat which, incidentally looks a lot like STUs aesthetic, too. Ghafy works in corporate so she doesn't get to play around with fashion much saying, "we have a conservative dress code, so a lot of what I have I can't really wear at the office. I only get to wear these (clothes) on weekends and after office hours." We're happy she got to do so during our shoot, and even styled a top with swimwear---a first in this series! Read on for more of her signature style.
Describe your style Blended, natural, and comfortable. If I will be noticed, it is because of the unity of my look. I don't have a stand-out piece since my personality is very subdued and I am not comfortable with anything ostentatious. Since I like the casual and comfortable look, I always put a touch of shaginess, so my look is never too polished.
Shoe or Bag girl Shoe!
Style icons Bridget Bardot, Kate Moss and a very strong influence on my day-to-day look is my sister, my personal stylist, Chef Borres.
Shop alone or with someone Shop alone with tips from my sister
Siluria long tulip skirt with a simple tank top and Cora and Bear Tango slides. Cosala tulip linen pants with a Kaayo scarf and Coco Lola Arriba earrings. Galeana maxi dress layered under a long sleeved top. Kislev tiered puff sleeves polo as swim cover up.
Until our next Seeker! See you online!
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