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Here are the most stylish women during the SONA 2019

These women were considered as the most stylish during the SONA 2019 or State of the Nation Address of President Rodrigo Duterte on July 22.

This event is not only known to be a gathering of prominent politicians in the country. It has also become a showcase of different fashion statements.

SONA 2019 most stylish

Based on the article from PEP, here are the women who wore the most stylish Filipiniana-themed outfits.

Joy Sotto

She is the wife of Quezon City Vice Mayor Gian Sotto and she wore a Maria Clara-inspired gown from designer Jot Losa.

Pia Cayetano

The senator wore a creation from Michael Leyva and it was a Muslim-inspired gown with yakan fabric from Mindanao.

Ciara Sotto

Patricia Santos designed the white beaded terno of the daughter of Senate President Tito Sotto and veteran actress Helen Gamboa.

Isabelle Duterte

The president granddaughter also wore a gown from Michael Leyva. It was a simple, elegant, white Filipiniana dress.

Marga Nograles

She is the wife of Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles. During the SONA 2019, she wore a collaboration between designer Bobby Castillo and clothing brand KAAYO Modern Mindanao. It was a terno patterned after the T’boli Tribe.

Sigrid Grace Flores

The Binibining Pilipinas 2019 candidate showcased the creation of Enj Puno, a chic Barong Tagalog.

Loren Legarda

The prominent female politician who is now a congresswoman wore a pantsuit made from Antique’s patadyong fabric. It was a creation by Michael Leyva.

Precious Hipolito

It is another Michael Leyva creation. The Quezon City Congresswoman looked stunning in her modern Filipiniana outfit.

Aubrey Tan Zubiri

The wife of Senator Migs Zubiri looked lovely in her modern Filipiniana ensemble from designer Ito Curata. She also wore a pair of Kalachuchi earrings designed by her childhood girlfriend Erica Concepcion Reyes.

Yedda Marie Romuldez

The Leyte’s 1st District congresswoman wore a creation from Cary Santiago. The designer has this description of the outfit: “inspired by the old and traditional sleeves” with a serpentina cut at the bottom.”

Tootsy Angara

Again, Michael Leyva designed the white modern Filipiniana dress with silk Piña sleeves that the wife of Senator Sonny Angara wore during the SONA 2019.

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