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.
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There is nothing more comfortable and fitting than having a homegrown wedding theme. One, you don’t have to stress too much about the supplies -it’s local so it’s easier to source, and two, executing the theme is like second nature – it feels natural to do because hey, you know it all your life, it’s part of your culture, it’s part of who you are. So today, I’m dedicating this …
Independence Day Fashion: The Barong Pambabae
Over the weekend, I was collaborating with a fellow Inquirer contributor on an Independence Day article on fashion that's Filipino. Unfor...
1930s Philippines Children Wearing Barong Tagalog & Filipiniana Dress RPPC
1930s Philippines Children Wearing Barong Tagalog & Filipiniana Dress RPPC | Collectibles, Postcards, Real Photo | eBay!
Pina-costumes-Well-to-do-Filipino - Philippine Folklife Museum Foundation | San Francisco, Ca
A well-to-do Filipino in an elaborate striped piña barong tagalog and matching silk trousers, strolls, umbrella in hand, and salakot on head. Early 19th century. (Artist unknown).
Six 19th Century Outfits According to Damian Domingo's Tipos del Pais
Damian Domingo was an early 19th Century Filipino painter who specialized in portraitures, Religious paintings, and made famous the t...
Bagobo The Bagobo constitute one of the largest groups among the indigenous peoples of southern Mindanao. Bagobo are the predominant inhabitants of the vast areas extending from the west coast of Davao Gulf to the high reaches of Davao's famous and significant mountain ranges of Mt. Apo or Apo Sandawa to the tribal people. www.parangaldance.org