Queen P has without a doubt surpassed our expectations even in the style department. The reigning Miss Universe Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach graces Preview's December-January cover, also headlining their annual Best Dressed issue.
Below, 10 of her stylish OOTDs—while on Miss Universe duty—that prove she’s not only a beauty queen but a fashion queen, as well:
How to wear the metallic, you ask? Take a cue from Pia who gave her otherwise all-black look a pop of color by opting for a pair of wine red metallic pants from Isabel Marant.
Remember when she took style inspo from a Beatles song? “Let it be,” says the kween, and with it comes her take on vintage dressing: soft tailored playsuit, retro sunnies, silver metallic loafers, and her Louis Vuitton Speedy.
Strolling around Brooklyn was a queen in her basic tank top and blue jeans combo, collared vest, slip-ons, and leather knapsack. Surely, comfy doesn’t have to mean boring.
Pia Wurtzbach can do no wrong, especially not in her little white dress. Here’s what she showed up in for an event at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
Sleek high ponytail, bold red lips, and a black fur coat that screams NYFW. Enough said.
Speaking of fashion week, Queen P would always turn NYC into her own runway. This look in particular—wearing a Son Jung Wan peplum top and an Alexander Wang gold metallic skirt—easily snagged the attention of street style photographers, and for obvious reasons.
Understated elegance was the name of the game when she showed off her curves in this stark white jumpsuit with gold accents. Filipino designer Jot Losa knocked this one out of the park with a clean, streamlined silhouette.
Red, hot, and regal. Even with minimal accessories, Pia scores an A+ in our books.
Clearly, she can do dainty, too. And this pastel number from THEIACouture can attest to that!
Lastly, this Miss Universe knows how to fly in style! Oversized black sweater plus Gucci Princetown leather slippers? We are sold!
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.