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May 25, 2012

Barong Tagalog in Colorful Hues

In the Philippines, Barong Tagalog is the traditional Filipino formal wear for men. It is usually made of piña or jusi- two native fabrics. The barong was popularized as formal wear by Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay, who wore it to most official and personal affairs, including his inauguration as president.

These days, some have shifted from the conventional white and plain Barong Tagalog to black tuxedo/formal suit. In striving to keep the Filipino tradition alive, some of the country's wedding designers incorporated colors and designs to give the Barong Tagalog a fresh, modern image.

Below are samples of modern take to the Barong Tagalog:

Royal blue barong by Edward Teng Couture
Golden brown barong by Edward Teng Couture
White and green barong by Edward Teng Couture
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Vintage-hued piña barong by Piñaflor (Simply Rockflower)



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Posted by: Chen Callejo

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