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These are worth every peso.
2020 canceled most of our travel plans. Flights were rebooked, hotel bookings were refunded, and funds were reallocated to quarantine expenses. But with the dust settling down and things looking (a bit) brighter for travelers, it’s time to hit the reset button,
Here's where to stay for a much-needed getaway.
TOP STORY: Did You Know? All the Holiday Movies on Netflix Are Actually ConnectedPestaño Farm, Antipolo City, Rizalwww.facebook.com/villaelishaRates start at P30,000 (20 pax)Pestaño Farm in Antipolo is known for its sprawling grounds, once a neglected piece of land with cogon grass and tree
Party looks perfect even for traveling.
Tokyo in December may be frigid but your outfits don’t have to be. While lower temperatures warrant the desire to bundle up in chunky, clunky neutral pieces, there are ways to fight the frost with fashion that isn’t bleak and bitterly cold—like
No need to bring your steamer!
Not everyone has the time (or patience) to iron clothes on a trip. If you want to take less time getting ready and cross off more things on your itinerary, familiarize yourself with these wrinkle-resistant clothes! When unloading your baggage, these pristine pieces will look just as good
It's so easy to do!
Packing for an Instagrammable trip? Here's a styling hack Erich Gonzales swears by that will make the process so much easier: bring clothes that come in monochromatic hues. This way, you can think less about whether your top and bottom match—and you don't necessarily need to sport pieces
Maja Salvador's birthday vacay in Havana, Cuba and Yucatan, Mexico is certainly one for the books. Not just because it made her 'gram such a delight to look at, but also because we're always on the prowl for vacay OOTD inspo—and Maja
Flying off somewhere soon?
Denim pieces are always a reliable thing to pack in your suitcase. They're comfortable enough to be worn from daytime tours to late-night food crawls, and they're also so versatile that you can dress them up. If you need inspiration on the
She makes it look so easy.
Janine Gutierrez is queen of many things—style and beauty included—but these days, we're beginning to notice that she's fast becoming travel pose peg royalty, too. If you're jetsetting anytime soon, here, five cool ways to pose with your luggage, courtesy of Janine
Traveling somewhere snowy soon?
Manila's a tropical wonderland all year round, and so when jetting off to snowy spots, we don't blame you for being a tad stumped. What is a girl supposed to wear, even? After all, you don't want to look like you simply
Make sure you're stylish and ready for your next vacay!
Fashion girls don't just plan their work leaves ahead of time—they meticulously plan their travel OOTDs, too! Now, if you're headed to a colder country, your tropical girl wardrobe may need a wee bit of adjusting. Gather style tips from your favorite local
I survived it!
I’ve always believed in dressing up for a flight. It may not make sense to some people considering how confining the cramped seats are and amenities unappealing that most travelers feel inclined throwing on a comfortable outfit with little regard for how
A desert jaunt to Morocco, anyone?
Preview's former editor-in-chief Pauline Juan is hands-down your new and unrivaled #travelgoals. She's in a different city almost every week, but one thing remains unchanged: her stellar taste! Below, we round up five of her breeziest OOTDs perfect for a Moroccan tour
Avoid any travel pains.
So you've got your visa ready, passport packed, a plane to catch, and...nothing to wear. We'd advise you not to overthink it too much, but let's be real--you and I are the kind of girls who positively live for any excuse to
Fly in style.
Airport dressing is a tedious exercise in meshing form with function. Trust us, you do not want to look sloppy getting off of that plane, jetlag be damned! The key is to foresee—will those shoes be easy to slip off should the
Adopt a sensible and powerful airport style.
The perpetual queues, the inexplicable humidity, and the unsavory amenities. Philippine airports have long been notorious as an inescapable Calvary for travelers, blunting albeit temporarily the excitement of basking in new cultures and indulging in sensory wonders in the safety of anonymity