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So you just attended a wedding event… then you got invited to a new one. Now what? If you’re thinking of wearing the same barong tagalog to the upcoming event you were invited to, then fret not as we’re...
Most Filipinos have always retained the grace and elegance of the Modern Filipiniana Dress. especially during special occasions such as weddings, awards, ceremonies, bowtie parties, and so much more. And as the years and Filipino fashion progressed, many have...
When it comes to formal events, there is no denying that Filipinos love looking fashionable and at their best. In fact, many Filipinos still wear a touch of our national clothing like a custom-made barong Tagalog or Filipino modern...
Let’s be real. Not everyday do we get to see people wearing Filipinianas and barongs. It has been part of culture and tradition that these vintage staples are only worn during special events such as Araw ng Wika, political parties...
The Philippines is officially a ‘national costume’. This can be said for many countries in Asia, but for us Filipinos, it is a true statement. The Filipino culture features great diversity in both linguistic, culinary and cultural aspects that gives...
Filipiniana Dresses can be seen in different forms, for example it may include the Filipiniana dress with a bow tied on its back, or a long loose dress with long sleeves and a traditional look. The Filipiniana Dress is...
For many generations now, barongs are still worn for numerous Filipino events, and their prominence is expected to not fade away any time soon. The different types of barongs may be based on the fabric used, design, or embroideries,...
For centuries, the Barong Tagalog has been the signature traditional outfit of Filipino men. But time has passed, and this national attire has already evolved. It has always been the Barong Tagalog for men and Baro’t Saya for women in...
The Philippines is known for its beautiful and attractive tourist spots. But did you know that the Philippines' pride also comes from its lively and graceful traditional dances, especially Maria Clara suite? Yes, you heard it right! Not just...
Let’s know more about Barong Tagalog In the Philippines, Barong Tagalog is a symbol of Filipino bravery, empowerment, and brilliance. Studies show that it is from the Tagalog word “baro” which means upper garment. As time goes by, there are...

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