Baro’t Saya - Maria Clara dress  

okay I’m fairly sad at the lack of posts and pictures featuring this dress. Honestly guys! the Baro’t Saya is gorgeous and it’s modern renditions are amazing.

For those that don’t know the Baro’t Saya is a traditional Filipino blouse and skirt for women. (this version is called the Maria Clara) It’s made traditionally of pina cloth, which is cloth made of pineapples, though modern renditions vary in material. It’s worn during religious celebrations, formal events and occasional festivals! It’s pretty versatile  as you can see so it can come in a million variations!

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