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Filipino clothing

Collection by Anne Hauge • Last updated 4 weeks ago

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A group of native girls, Philippines. Image Publisher: Keystone View Company Date: ca. Filipino Fashion, Filipino Girl, We Are The World, People Of The World, Cultura Filipina, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines

A Group Of Filipino girls, Philippines, Early 20th Century (1)

A posed picture of a group of Filipinas. They look very nice; I wonder what their daily life was like... Keystone View Company

  Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Character Design Inspiration, Pretty Art, Character Illustration

Patrick Gañas on Twitter

“Juli member of the Abaniko order, the unseen defender of the weak. She's also part of Balangay. #balangay #artph #characterdesign”

Young Spanish mestizo women in native dress inside a pleasant Filipino home, Ermita, Manila, Philippines, 1899 Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Filipiniana Dress, Filipiniana Wedding, Art Nouveau, Mestiza De Sangley

Young Spanish mestizo women in native dress inside a pleasant Filipino home, Ermita, Manila, Philippines, 1899

Underwood & Underwood

Filipina carrying a clay pot, Philippines, September 1925 Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Cultura Filipina, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Philippine Mythology, Philippines Culture, Philippines Tourism, Manila Philippines

Filipina carrying a clay pot, Philippines, September 1925

There is something pleasing about this picture especially the smile. Location identified only as Philippines. Considering the dress anyone know where in the Philippines this may be? I suspect this is a set up posed photograph. University of Southern California Libraries International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960 Maryknoll Mission Archives Copyright: Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York

baro't saya is a traditional Filipino blouse and skirt ensemble. It originated in Spanish times, when native Philippine women were required to cover their upper torso. Throughout Spanish colonization this was the everyday attire of most Philippine women. Philippines Outfit, Philippines Culture, Philippines Fashion, Maria Clara Dress Philippines, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Palawan, Cultura Filipina, Filipiniana Dress

Traditional clothing in the Philippines. Barong Tagalog & Baro at Saya

Filipino national costume is rather colorful, ornate and beautiful. Filipino people lived under the occupation of other countries for centuries. That's why their national attire was formed under the influence of different cultures and got some of their features. US, Spain and Japan had the biggest impact on the traditional clothing of the Philippines. But nevertheless Filipino folk dress is very unique, authentic and even tribal, if we can say so.

filipino tattoos ancient to modern Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Baybayin, Philippine Holidays, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Asian History, People Of The World

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“Habitants de Manille”, from the Parisian world gegraphy book by Dufour Mulat Boulanger, Philippines Outfit, Philippines People, Philippines Cities, Visit Philippines, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Islands

Manille 1800's

"Habitants de Manille", from the Parisian world gegraphy book by Dufour Mulat & Boulanger, 1858.

Pinoy with a heart of a collector Miss Philippines, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Philippines People, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Mahal Kita

81. FILIPINA BEAUTIES on Old Real Photo Postcards

There is a saying that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty is will always different from someone else's definition. Webster defined BEAUTY as the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations. I am sharing these vintage postcards of beautiful Filipinas back then. Their beauty was captured by camera and was preserved in…

Pinoy with a heart of a collector Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Ring Around The Moon, Filipino Fashion, Southeast Asian Arts, Philippine Art, Philippines Culture, Filipina Beauty, Beauty Around The World

81. FILIPINA BEAUTIES on Old Real Photo Postcards

There is a saying that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty is will always different from someone else's definition. Webster defined BEAUTY as the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations. I am sharing these vintage postcards of beautiful Filipinas back then. Their beauty was captured by camera and was preserved in…

Studio portrait of two young Filipina sisters, late Century, Manila - Philippines : HumanPorn Filipino Fashion, Filipino Girl, Historical Women, Historical Photos, Dress Design Drawing, Victorian Photography, Philippine Art, Victorian Portraits, Portrait Studio

A studio portrait of a Filipina mestizo, Philippines (3)

Undated, probably 1800s LIFE photo collection Copyright: © Time Inc. For non-commercial use only