Tiktok has quickly become one of the fastest growing apps in 2020 with millions of new users having joined ever since the pandemic started. Apart from food hacks and dance challenges, it has also become such a highly influential platform especially for fashion!
Filipino fashion Tiktokers have grown quite the following these days for their cool outfits and personal fashion tips. These content creators not only use their platforms to express their own style but to promote local businesses and online thrift stores as well, encouraging people to make the switch to "slow fashion." Their 15 to 60 second fashion videos usually get thousands of views and some of them have even gone viral a few times.
Here are five local fashion Tiktokers that you might want to consider following:
1. Rachelle Ruth (@ruthcplngn)
Does your style lean more towards streetwear? You definitely need to see Ruth’s outfits. This 21-year-old content creator often shows off her drool-worthy sneaker collection featuring various kinds of Jordans. Of course, most of her videos demonstrate how she rocks her kicks in different ways.
2. Jethro Tan (@j3tan)
Based in Antipolo, 18-year-old Jethro creates looks that allow him to express what he’s passionate about. He loves styling women’s clothing and isn’t afraid to be different. You can see him style colorful blazers, as well as outfits based off of his favorite K-pop artists.
3. Zoie Garcia (@lunarzo)
With over 100,000 followers on Tiktok, Zoie is someone you can’t miss. Based in Metro Manila, she’s more of a style chameleon, adapting to ever-changing trends but effortlessly adding her very own spin to them.
4. Veronika Rivera (@v__rivera)
Currently based in General Santos City, Veronika will give you outfit ideas for any occasion! A city girl at heart, her personal style is simple yet classy as she incorporates a lot of basics as well as statement pieces, and shows you exactly how she’d mix and match them herself.
5. Giana Comia (@gigiversace)
This 20-year-old Manila girl’s account is the epitome of “Tiktok baddie.” Gianna adds spice to her outfits, styling thrifted and statement pieces with her own edgy flare to it. Her style complements those with a penchant for streetwear and Y2K.