Hey fellow adventurers! It’s time to visit the world of fashion again! This time we’ll be looking at popular Filipino fashion!
Styles from the 1960’s and 1990’s have become popular again: midi-skirts, denim jackets, knitted sweaters, boat shoes, dresses, leggings, chinos, and chokers to name a few. A site selling women’s fashion: http://ph.priceprice.com/womens-fashion/. A site selling men’s fashion: http://ph.priceprice.com/mens-fashion/. You can look at those sites if you want to look at what’s popular right now.
Some more traditional style of Filipino clothing includes:
Baro’t saya translates into “shirt and skirt.” It comprises of a blouse and long skirt with a pañuelo (a neck scarf).
The terno is a one-piece long dress with butterfly sleeves, traditionally worn for formal occasions.
A malong is a traditional tube skirt bearing a variety of geometric or okir designs.
The Barong Tagalog, more commonly known as simply Barong, is an embroidered formal shirt and considered the national dress of the Philippines. It is lightweight and worn untucked over an undershirt.
If you want to follow some fashion forward Filipino folks on social media, check out this list from Buzzfeed:
That’s all for this post! Thank you so much for reading my blog! Until our next adventure!