- Contemporary (feminine) fit barong
- Hand embroidered front with leaves and twisting vines design (companion piece to the Tiger barong)
- Random speckles of embroidery on the rest of the barong
- Half open pechera (button front half opening)
- Side vents
FEATURES AND OPTIONS
- Custom made to your measurements and specifications. *You MUST choose the features you want in the drop down menus above before adding barong to cart. **You MUST also get measured. Please allow at least 2 months to produce and deliver. Free alterations are available after delivery subject to terms. Click here to see "How This Works".
- Available in blouse or dress length. Model is wearing a blouse length barong. Click here to see an example of a dress length barong. *This choice is made during the measurement process.
- Available in Slim Cut (form-fitting with a little space for comfort and movement) or Regular Cut (with extra space for more comfort and movement). Model is wearing a Slim Cut barong. Click here to see an example of a Regular Cut barong.
- Available in Full Long Sleeve (with buttoned cuffs) [click here for an example], 3/4 Sleeve (with buttoned cuffs) [click here for an example], 1/2 Sleeve (with buttoned cuffs) [click here for an example], or Short Sleeve (no cuffs). Model is wearing short sleeves.
- Available with Regular Pointed Collar or Chinese / Mandarin Collar. Model is wearing the Regular Pointed Collar. Click here for an example of a Chinese / Mandarin Collar.
- This barong is translucent, and your purchase does not include the garment(s) that model wears here underneath.
- As these barongs are customized and made by hand, there may be some variations in color, embroidery and button designs.
- Cocoon Outer: 100% Silk (synthetic, not from animals)
- Inner Lining: 100% Organza
Gentle hand wash only. See our FAQ page for care instructions at the bottom. Click here for the FAQ page.
Custom made in the Philippines
All prices are in US dollars
ABOUT THE MODEL
Natalia Roxas is originally from Manila and Laguna, Philippines, and she currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. Natalia is the co-founder and photographer for Filipino Kitchen, a food media and events company that connects Filipinos across the diaspora to our culture and history via our amazing cuisine. Filipino Kitchen produces an annual Filipino food and arts festival called Kultura in Chicago.
Some fun facts about Natalia: she grew up in a forest in Laguna, and she loves to bake.
Follow Natalia and Filipino Kitchen on Instagram: @nataliawanders & @filipinokitchen
Check out Filipino Kitchen's website here.
Photo shoot location: Chicago, Illinois