Listen up if you've been aching to don beautiful, traditional Philippine fabrics! Actress and power mom Marian Rivera's got a prim, dainty way to style our local weaves, and it's easy, chic, and absolutely doable.
Her bell-bottomed, floor-sweeping chambray trousers lend the look simultaneous casualness and drama, while a white, Cannage-quilted Lady Dior purse turns the entire 'fit undeniably demure. Classic Marian.
You'll love this even more: The Marga hand-woven Inabel top with T'boli beading by Davao-based label Kaayo is totally shoppable!
Marga top, KAAYO, instagram/kaayo.ph
Marian's chosen iteration is dotted with quirky rows of emerald pineapples, but you're spoilt for choice. Check out the other colors and prints it's available in:
In case you were curious, Inabel refers to a lovingly loom-spun traditional textile native to the Ilocano people of Northern Luzon. Meanwhile, the T'boli is a tribal group from the highlands of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato who are famous for their intricate, complicated beadwork and vibrant cloths.