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These are the clothes she has worn way too many times!
While other stars wouldn't be caught dead wearing the same outfit twice, Julia Barretto is the exact opposite. She's a proud outfit repeater, and her closet is a treasure trove of versatile pieces that she isn't afraid to wear again and again.
The academy asked guests to dress sustainably.
Red carpet events typically have us seeing our favorite celebrities in custom designer gowns, but this year’s British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) took a turn for the sustainable route. For its 73rd annual awards, it asked attendees to “dress sustainably.” Naturally, BAFTA's president, Prince
She re-wore her 2011 Chanel dress to the British Fashion Awards.
Helming a fashion magazine calls for its editors to have a certain image—and this is especially true when you're running Vogue. You're expected to be ahead of the trends, to tote the latest It bag, and to wear the coolest shoe of
Tips from a practical shopper!
One thing Lovi Poe has in mind whenever she shops for clothes is she has to be able to wear them more than once. People who like posting OOTDs on social media seldom repeat their outfits, but the 29-year-old actress doesn't mind, wearing
Make the most out of your clothes!
Despite being under the spotlight almost all the time, celebrities like Iza Calzado, Martine Cajucom, and Georgina Wilson prove that it's okay to repeat outfits. After all, there's no point in spending your hard-earned cash over an ensemble you'll only wear once,
She's a serial outfit-repeater!
While all eyes were on Meghan Markle at the royal wedding, everyone still eagerly waited for the Duchess of Cambridge's choice of outfit. Early speculations proved to be true when Kate Middleton stepped out in an Alexander McQueen creation care of Sarah Burton,
Their OOTDs are proof.
Outfit repeating is great. It's a fantastic way to establish your personal style—and, more economically, it just isn't sensible to wear a piece of clothing only once. Even some of Manila's best dressed girls acknowledge the fact, and here's proof: we've rounded
And still slay their looks.
Instagram can be a place for bright, shiny new things. But with this new year, there's something we should give more of our attention to: Fashion consumption and the environment. Don't get us wrong: We love our fast fashion. But with that
She's gone public about it!
Few people take outfit repeating as seriously as Mari Jasmine. No, we're totally serious—she's even made an Instagram hashtag to help track down all the clothes she's worn several times over! Introducing Mari's #WardrobeRehash.It's a novel idea, to be honest. You can
Because it's not just for special occasions!
Our hands-down favorite fashion habit has got to be outfit repeating. No, seriously. How else is a girl supposed to make the most out of her best pieces? Still, we all have that one dress we just can't seem to wear more than
Sure, you've worn your go-to stilettos or carried your favorite clutch to countless weddings, but a dress? No way. You know what they say: photos tend to outlive everyone in them, and you are not an outfit repeater.Why not, though? Fun fact:
She's the best kind of outfit repeater.
Time and time again, we at Preview reiterate that there's absolutely nothing wrong with being an outfit repeater. Though we say it often enough, it usually takes some measure of star power to drive our point home—and this time, Kirsten Dunst has
Make the most of your glammed-up party threads.
It's the holidays and you barely have time for anything, much less for sitting in front of your closet wailing "what am I going to wear?!" We hear you loud and clear, girls. Below, five outfits we've styled with just ten pieces
Here's a cheat sheet.
If you're planning to save and not splurge on buying new clothes this 2016, then you're in luck because this month's Fashion Workshop has the perfect guide to repeating your gilded skirt in stylish new ways. View the chart below and don't