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Work Wear Diaries: Anika Salceda-wycoco

This lady turns predictable workwear into powerfully unique ensembles.
Work Wear Diaries: Anika Salceda-wycoco This lady turns predictable workwear into powerfully unique ensembles.

The auto industry is probably one of the most male-dominated industries we have. However, at Ford Philippines, there’s a young lady—the youngest member of its management team at 29, in fact—that sits on the vanguard of the company’s communications department. Anika Salceda-Wycoco, Ford Philippines’ Assistant Vice President for Communications, with her perfectly coiffed bob and classy sartorial picks, buckled up and went in for the ride.

“I’ve been with Ford for four years but it feels like I’ve always been with Ford, there’s always something everyday… something new,” she shares.

In an industry that suggests a rough-and-tumble kind of atmosphere, Anika is the paradoxical epitome of class and style. We especially like how she plays up her corporate attires by injecting pops of color and unexpected detailing.

“I like clothes that are really comfortable, clothes that are very classic. I’m not a fan of too-trendy clothes, especially because a lot of my attire is a mix of work and casual. On weekends, I like wearing shorts but I would say I’m a jeans-and-shirt type of girl, but of course I can’t wear that to work. I’m a believer in mixing and matching,” Anika quips.

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