Two years after Archie Burnand's viral adobo video, it looks like the Filipino pride is alive and well in the Wilson-Burnand household. Because despite Georgina Wilson's sons having British roots, she seems to be raising them to embrace everything that's proudly Pinoy. Mind you, that doesn't only include local cuisine but Philippine fashion as well!
On her Instagram stories, the Sunnies Studios marketing director shared that she's been making use of traditional Filipino textiles for her sons' outfits. She then shared photos of her youngest Alfie clad in an adorable pair of red overalls. Check it out below:
Looks like Alfie is loving his proudly Pinoy OOTD. So cute!
But wait, there's more! Georgina also posted photos of Alfie donning some sunny-hued co-ords made of organic handwoven cotton—a breezy choice that's perfect for the summer.
According to Georgina, the fabrics she used for Alfie's clothes are from the Likhang Habi Market Fair, an annual event that showcases handwoven textiles by local weavers. The fair was held online last year because of the pandemic, but some pieces are still available on their website if you want to make cute outfits for your little ones just like she did!
Now, who else wants to see more Burnand baby OOTDs featuring local textiles? We know we do!