Necklaces, belts, and bags can make you look instantly put together, but what if you’re not used to wearing accessories? This is exactly what mom of two Jennifer Dagdag told Good Housekeeping Philippines she needed help with. In the December issue, the team gamely helped the 37-year-old entrepreneur out by giving her three amazing makeovers—from layering necklaces to wearing show-stopping heels. Excited to amp up your own outfits this season?

Get the full details of her transformation from the December 2014 issue of Good Housekeeping Philippines, out on stands now! You can also subscribe to the magazine's digital edition.

Also in this issue:
Be the Best-Dressed Family
Make Your Bonus Work for You
Heal Yourself!

(Photographs by Heidi Aquende, (before photo) courtesy of Jennifer Dagdag. Interviews and styling by Niña Almoradie. Hair and makeup by Elaine Ganuelas for L’Oréal Professionnel. Cut and color courtesy of Maldita Salon, 1/L Rosemont Tower, 75 Panay Ave., Quezon City. Special thanks to Nerissa E. Mijares and Rose Tinquico. Shoot assistant: Tonilyn Santos. On Jennifer: Vest, Bayo; skirt, Forever 21; belt, Ever New; bag, Aldo; heels, Charles & Keith.)

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