PREMIER celebrity stylist Liz Uy has said that she is not pressured at all that her other girl friends were already married.
“I’ve gotten used to it and I’m fine with it,” said Uy in an interview on “Tonight with Boy Abunda” on ABS-CBN.
Uy, 34, added that she is not offended when people asked her about her marriage plans.
“It’s not offensive for me. I really believe the right time will come. I’m gonna be patiently waiting for the right man,” she added. “We are friends and we support one another. Hindi ako nagpapaapekto sa ganun and for me, that’s the advice I wanna give to women out there na never settle. I’d rather be single than being with a wrong guy.”
It would be recalled that most of her friends also known as the “It Girls” – Solenn Heussaff, Isabelle Daza, and Georgina Wilson – have tied the knot abroad recently.
Only actress Anne Curtis and Uy who belong to the same group are not married.
The fashion stylist-author was in a relationship with actor John Lloyd Cruz from 2005 to 2009. She was also linked to actor Rayver Cruz, Lino S. Cayetano, and former Philippine President Benigno Aquino III.
Reports said that Uy is now dating Richard Griffiths, a Briton who works for the shipping industry.
Uy also said that she has just started dating again.
“I just got back. I actually went on a blind date on the show,” she said.
Uy was referring to her new reality show called “It Girls” which also stars Heussaff, Wilson, and Daza. It will be shown on E! Philippines in October.
Curtis won’t be joining her friends in the same program because of her exclusive contract with the Kapamilya network.
Uy also gave some fashion advice during the show.
“Fashion should be reflective of your personality. So it should be your own take on the fashion trends,” she said.
“I always advice them that they should know their own personal style. It doesn’t mean na uso s’ya kailangan gawin mo rin… dapat mong malaman ang body frame mo, ang personality mo. Kasi if you’re the classic type or elegant type, tapos ie-enforce mo yung rock, hindi rin s’ya magma-match talaga. It’s not gonna come out naturally,” Uy added.
Asked what she does if her client still insists on a style that doesn’t match his personality, Uy said: “I would still tell.