GUEST STYLE BLOGGER: ALIANAH YEN
PHOTOGRAPHY: JERSON SABADO
BLOG EDITOR: RONA LIN
07 OCTOBER 2017
Fit is King: The Athletic Territory
STEPHEN, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – MARKETING MANAGEMENT
This week, we enter the athletic territory.
Stephen here, who plays basketball for his college team, shows us that – whether for basketball or school – paying attention to great fit is crucial in putting together an ensemble that’s both flattering and stylish.
Currently addicted to: Working out
Binge-watches: Man vs. Wild, NBA, motivational videos
Comfort activity: Basketball
Binge-reads: "Space and Time"
Comfort tracks: "Can't Help Falling in Love," "The Sound of Silence"
Caught the fashion bug at age: 13
Style icon: Channing Tatum
Any guy will look dapper in (the right shade of) pink. Dudes, we hope you’re listening.
Wearing clothes that fit you well will give you an impeccable look. You just have to make sure that you know your body well enough to know what goes with what. Tight fits accentuate the part of the body they’re worn on, and it’s important that you know which part of your body you should play up.
From the Blog Editor
For over a year, our guest style blogger, Alianah Yen, has been with us, working with the team to serve you guys your weekly (at times, monthly) dose of fashion inspiration and fun. Lookbook was conceived with the idea of showcasing the UBian style and individuality. Alianah has deep respect for individuality and the diversity of style. Coupled with her knowledge about style and fashion, her drive and willingness to learn and become better convinced me that she would deliver well. And she did. For 18 months, she closely worked with the team, spotting the most stylish souls in the campus, looking up style items and fashion pieces, putting together style tips, and suggesting new developments for the blog. Now, after 18 months of being part of the team, Alianah is officially stepping down to fully focus on her schooling, which she hopes to complete this December. Alianah will always be part of Campus Lookbook, for she somehow helped define and shape the style narrative among the students in the University. Much love and respect, Ali. xx – RONA LIN
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