New This Month. Vintage fashion admires be prepared to rejoice! There is some rather exciting in-vogue breaking news involving you and your handy sewing machine.
Dress your home up in Filipino pride — without making it look like a museum. Heavy wood furniture, elaborate details, trimmings that come in valuable material — these are all common in vintage Filipino — the kind of furniture that was probably gifted to your grandparents on their wedding day and passed on to you by your parents. The best part is, old furniture and decor come with all kinds of personal stories, making them downright impossible to part with.
I am Dutch and live in the Philippines and sew! It would never have occurred to me that any body else would be interested in this type of sleeve. You see them all the time here mainly in formal wear and especially for weddings as well as at political events!
Purple, gold and Muslim-inspired patterns ruled the fashion parade of guests, after many conformed with earlier suggestions to wear Mindanao-sourced patterns as an act of solidarity with those affected by the terrorist crisis in Marawi. House Deputy Speaker Bai Sandra Sema was the first to arrive on the red carpet, donned in a deep purple headdress and matching printed purple traditional malong made of inaul, a traditional cloth from the South, draped over her torso. Maguindanao Gov. Giving no-frills a lift, fashion designer Randy Ortiz, who made the dresses for at least five female solons, said the Maranao inspiration only applied to the congresswomen.
First, lay the clothing down on the paper. I usually use the back of old wrapping paper for longer pieces and sometimes the inside of an opened and flattened brown paper bag for smaller pieces. Fold the clothing on the seams around one section of the dress.
For any other inquiries, Click here. This is because dresses are so versatile and they can be worn in so many different ways. Dresses for women come in so many different styles.
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Fashion and clothing in the Philippines refers to the way the people of Filipino society dress up in instances such as while they are at home, at work, travelling and when attending special occasions. The clothing style and fashion sense of the Filipinos in the modern-day era have been influenced by their native ancestors, the Spanish colonizers and the Americans, as evidenced by the chronology of events that occurred in Philippine history. At present, Filipinos conform their way of dressing, in addition to the above factors, as a result of the influence of what is shown by the media on television, fashion shows, among others.