- Isabelle Daza was bashed for her outfit at the ABS-CBN Ball 2019
- She flaunted a blue terno made by Peppito Albert
- The actress’ recent post revealed the truth about the gown
Isabelle Daza received heavy criticisms from a lot of social media users because of her outfit during the recently-held ABS-CBN Ball 2019 at the Shangri-La The Fort.
KAMI learned that the actress was even tagged by many entertainment sites as one of the worst-dressed celebrities who attended the said event.
The former “Tubig at Langis” star wore a blue terno at the trending occasion, but a lot of people claimed that it was too big for her.
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In an Instagram post, Isabelle revealed that the outfit that she wore was actually the gown of her mother Gloria Diaz when she crowned Miss India in 1994.
She decided to use the said Filipiniana to pay tribute to her mom, who became the first Filipina to bring home the highly-coveted Miss Universe crown.
The actress also disclosed that the blue outfit was made by Peppito Albert, and she proudly flaunted that it was her who wore the gown after her mother.
“Wore my mom’s Filipiñana which she used to crown Ms. India in 1994…” she quipped.
“I feel like sustainable is the new vintage,” she added.
Watch the video of Gloria Diaz below:
In a previous article by KAMI, many celebrities aired their comments after seeing the post of Isabelle where she flaunted her alluring figure.
Isabelle Daza is a prominent Filipina actress, model, and television host. She already starred in several movies including “Somebody to Love” and “Resureksyon.”
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