How To Wear Suits Like Your Favorite Celebs

Power dress, just because you want to.
PHOTO: (LEFT) Instagram/chiefilomeno, (RIGHT) Instagram/janinegutierrez

Suits are traditionally worn by men, and these clothes are structured to channel masculinity and power. We typically see these outfits in office settings, both in movies and IRL, and worn by people who exude confidence and BDE. I’m here to tell you that they’re not only for those people. When styled the right way, you can actually wear them ANYWHERE. 

If you’re looking for ideas on how to suit it up, check out these looks from your fave celebs:

First, let’s start off with the basics. Jane Oineza’s all-black OOTD is a classic, but she made it a bit more casual by wearing a slightly cropped top.

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Kathryn Bernardo also wore her suit with a cropped top—but she paired hers with a simple white midriff-baring shirt, which makes it even more casual!

Chienna Filomeno’s traditional suit in this plaid print is now more wearable because of her ruffled tube top.

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Suits don’t always have to be worn with trousers. See Kate Valdez’s blazer and skirt combo with a casual pop of red!

Speaking of red, Dominique Cojuangco and Mari Jasmine look red-hot in these suits!

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Julia Barretto’s punk rock take on the power suit trend is TDF! (The red and white checkered print is very Avril Lavigne circa early 2000s.)

But if you’re still not ready for something as bright as red, maybe you can try Maris Racal’s orange monochrome look.

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Nothing screams casual more than jeans! Throw on a blazer over your denims like Heart Evangelista and Toni Gonzaga.

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Pair your blazer with your shirt-shorts-sneakers combo like Issa Pressman for a streetwear take on this trend.

Suits can also come in dainty colors and prints like this set on Rhian Ramos.

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Printed suits make power dressing loads of fun. Check out these looks from Pia Padre, Janine Gutierrez, and Maureen Wroblewitz:

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Suits don’t always have to come in structured fabrics and silhouettes. Joyce Pring’s corduroy pair is super cool and casual.

Julie San Jose’s blazer is still structured, but she made it less formal by folding the sleeves:

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Lastly, if you want to channel a tomboy look, check out Loisa Andalio’s cool girl blazer and trouser shorts combo! Straight outta your boyfriend’s closet!

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