In aid of helping promote Filipino language, traditions and all sorts of local stuff Pinoys can be proud of, we are posting about the “Buwan ng Wika” and its relevance to our services of custom made (made to order) Philippine National costumes in Manila, Philippines. If you ever need one for a school program whether your kids or you are studying in a private or public school, you can always rely on us here at Creartume.
For a quote on how much you will spend if you opt in to have your kid’s costume made by us, we will require you to fill up our form trying to get a few simple details and information including the measurements. The purpose of this is because we need to come up with a rough estimate using your provided details. (See sample picture below).
List of Philippine National Costumes (Local):
Please note that you can find the descriptions of each costumes listed below from the resource here – http://yandanholth.com/philcostume.html. Please note that basically, there are only 2 types of costume in the Philippines that Pinoys wear during events like Filipiniana programs and the Linggo ng Wika, otherwise known as Buwan ng Wika.
- Barong Tagalog for Filipino Men
- Baro’t Saya for Filipina Women
On the other hand, there are numerous other local costumes found to be worn by our native ancestors of the true Filipino native tongue like what I have listed below as part of the collection of tribal costumes. We can make one or any for you, customized by order and with a minimum of 1 month allowance from the time of use.
- Barong Tagalog
- Mestiza Suit (sometimes mistaken as the modern Filipiniana dress)
- Maria Clara Dress
- Igorot Suit
- Muslim Attire