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She also made her bridesmaids' dresses, her husband's barong, and chic ternos for both her mom and the mom of the groom!
No silhouette can replace that of the romantic, regally feminine terno. Until recently, we only encountered it in postcards, textbooks, museums, patriotic school events, the SONA, and various themed galas. Now, we're thrilled to confirm that we're witnessing its steady return as
Draw from your heritage and make a statement on your special day.
A beautiful Filipiniana gown shouldn't reserved for school parades and themed galas. In fact, if you're on the hunt for a totally unique, goddess-level wedding gown that will blow everyone away, wear your heritage on your sleeve—literally. Stay away from lukewarm dresses
Proudly don local creations!
Filipiniana-themed weddings are a breath of fresh air. Let's face it: It's not every day that you get to see a crowd of people dressed in handwoven, symbolic textiles, and distinctively local silhouettes. Thus, if you get the chance to attend such
She'll inspire you to love local fashion, too!
Being the Department of Tourism Secretary, Berna Romulo-Puyat promotes all things Filipino— especially when it comes to fashion! She believes that “Filipino fashion can boost our tourism and strengthen our cultural identity.” On her social media, you can spot her taking a
Jewelry designer Carla Cruz-Bellare opted for a fun update of the terno by design duo HA.MÜ.
Though a lot of rules and traditions apply to weddings, we think that one of the most important ones is for the bride to wear exactly what she wants when she walks down the aisle. Whether you chose to have a princess
When it comes to putting together an ensemble, the DOT secretary proudly shows off her roots.
As secretary of the Department of Tourism, one may expect Berna Romulo Puyat to naturally promote all things proudly Filipino, from provincial delicacies to offbeat destinations. Having once been appointed undersecretary for special concerns at the Department of Agriculture, Berna has long
Score style tips from Camille Co, Marian Rivera, and more!
You can't deny that the classic Philippine terno is having a huge modern moment. From being highlighted at big events like TernoCon, the annual State of the Nation Address, and even the much-anticipated ABS-CBN Ball 2019, we're more than happy to embrace
See how the Filipiniana has evolved through the years.
The ABS-CBN Ball's new dress code this year opens a new opportunity to put the spotlight on the Filipiniana attire. On the red carpet, we'll be able to see this traditional garb with a fresh new look, modernized to fit today's time.
Meld those local weaves and traditional silhouettes into casual outfits!
Back in school, we grew up celebrating Buwan ng Wika every August, bringing our parents’ traditional Filipino dishes in plastic Tupperwares to share, and practicing for folk dance performances and declamation contests in dialect, but one of the definitive highlights of the month’s
Plus, where you can rent ternos and barongs!
Finding a dress to wear for a special occasion can sometimes be a stressful task—what more when you're attending a Filipino-themed wedding (or office function) where you're advised to come in wearing a terno. Chances are, you don't readily have this traditional piece in your closet. To make shopping
Let Tygie change the way you dress!
In a highly westernized local society, Filipinianas seem to be only reserved for "big Filipino-themed ceremonies such as nuptials, centennial events, Linggo ng Wika, or graduation," Tygie points out. This local store notes how unfortunate it is to "use this culture-defining attire
According to designer Patis Tesoro.
Wearing Filipiniana used to be reserved for formal occasions. Yellowed photos of our lolas in ternos come to mind. But these days, you’ll see more local textiles being incorporated into the current crop of styles available in the market. A woman who
She remains an advocate of Filipino fashion despite being based overseas.
Without a doubt, the Philippines is a fount of fashion creatives. With the likes of Monique Lhuiller, Michael Cinco, and John Herrera being recognized worldwide for their creations, it's almost safe to say that Filipinos are innately drawn to fashion. But in a time when everyone