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vintage everyday: 24 Charming Photo Postcards of Philippine Girls in Traditional Dresses from between

Filipina girls at a convent in Paco, Manila, Philippines. Late or early century.

Looban Girls And Convent. Paco, Manila, Philippines, late 19th or early 20th Century

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Philippines 1919-1920 old RPPC Filipina Girl in Filipiniana Photo Postcard

Philippine women and children. Antique Photos, Vintage Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Asian History, History Pics, Islamic Society, Philippine Women, Filipino Culture

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Visayan Girl. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair).

A Native Filipino Wedding, Manila, Late A Filipina Bride poses for a photograph with her family and two American soldiers. Filipino Wedding Traditions, Wedding Bride, Wedding Day, Wedding Tips, Wedding Styles, Asian Image, Mexican Heritage, Bride Poses, American Soldiers

A Native Filipino Wedding, Manila, Late 1800s A Filipina Bride poses for a photograph with her family and two American soldiers.

Baro’t Saya - Maria Clara dress. The Baro’t Saya is a traditional Filipino blouse and skirt for women.

Filipiniana

When one talks of Filipiniana, we refer not only to the terno, but also the national costume of baro’t saya (blouse and skirt) also known as the Maria Clara gown, the barong Tagalog, and the kimona’t patadyong. There are also variations like the Igorot and Muslim dress, and other costumes from tribes. The popular barong Tagalog has had different iterations from the formal barong made of pina, jusi, or banana fabric worn over a collarless shirt called camisa de Chino, and can also be made of

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Filipiniana

When one talks of Filipiniana, we refer not only to the terno, but also the national costume of baro’t saya (blouse and skirt) also known as the Maria Clara gown, the barong Tagalog, and the kimona’t patadyong. There are also variations like the Igorot and Muslim dress, and other costumes from tribes. The popular barong Tagalog has had different iterations from the formal barong made of pina, jusi, or banana fabric worn over a collarless shirt called camisa de Chino, and can also be made of

A Philippine Lady, Manila, Philippine Islands, 1899 John T. Pilot Collections shared by: Binibini sa Sagingan

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Filipiniana

When one talks of Filipiniana, we refer not only to the terno, but also the national costume of baro’t saya (blouse and skirt) also known as the Maria Clara gown, the barong Tagalog, and the kimona’t patadyong. There are also variations like the Igorot and Muslim dress, and other costumes from tribes. The popular barong Tagalog has had different iterations from the formal barong made of pina, jusi, or banana fabric worn over a collarless shirt called camisa de Chino, and can also be made of

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Filipiniana

When one talks of Filipiniana, we refer not only to the terno, but also the national costume of baro’t saya (blouse and skirt) also known as the Maria Clara gown, the barong Tagalog, and the kimona’t patadyong. There are also variations like the Igorot and Muslim dress, and other costumes from tribes. The popular barong Tagalog has had different iterations from the formal barong made of pina, jusi, or banana fabric worn over a collarless shirt called camisa de Chino, and can also be made of