The ever-glamorous Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez is on the cover of Good Housekeeping Philippines’ July 2012 issue! Her tall, lean frame was the perfect canvas for the clothes chosen by Pia Rojas, GH’s fashion and beauty editor.

Pia had a chat with Female Network about the sartorial picks for Tweetie's shoot. She shared that GH art director Kara Ballesteros was the one who thought of the concept for the clothes. "She (Kara) wanted…[the clothes to be] coral or lilac or pink. And then [for the pictures] inside, like, a lot of creams or beige, and nudes."

Pia also shared that Kara wanted a distinction between the cover and the inside shots. "So we have soft pants, shorts, trousers…lounge-y outfits for the inside [pictures]. And for the cover, it’s form-fitting dresses, and then all in warm shades."

Check out the gallery below to see some of the clothing picks for the shoot!

To see which outfits made it to the actual issue, grab a copy of Good Housekeeping Philippines’ July 2012 issue, out on stands now! You can also subscribe to the magazine’s digital edition.

Also in this issue:
Money Tips from Suze Orman
Health in a Hurry: The 14 Most Reliable Websites (Plus Great Apps and Tweets)
8 Easy and Healthy Recipes: Comfort Food, Minus the Calories

Check out Female Network's exclusive behind the scenes peek at Tweetie's cover shoot for Good Housekeeping here.

(Photos by Mike Dee)

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