Reposted from our social media. In order to track the origins of the Barong Tagalog, we track the origins of clothing in the Philippines prior to Spanish colonization. We go over how clothes were made and from what materials.
Reposted from our social media. We pick up on the previous post, and discuss two things the Barong Tagalog is not. Barongs were not given to Filipinos by the Spanish, and Filipinos were not forced to wear them. Barongs are also not shirts and shouldn't be treated or worn like them.
Resposted from our social media. We go over the history of the Barong Tagalog. We start to define what a Barong Tagalog is. We break down the etymology, and we go over how it became the national garment of the Philippines and the difference between formal and informal barongs.
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A question that needs to be answered is why: "Why is the Barong Tagalog the national garment of the Philippines?" The really quick answer is Presid...
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