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The barong Tagalog (or simply barong, from the word baro) is an embroidered formal garment of the Philippines. It is very lightweight and worn untucked.

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1 The barong Tagalog (or simply barong, from the word baro) is an embroidered formal garment of the Philippines. It is very lightweight and worn untucked (similar to a coat/dress shirt), over an undershirt. It is a common wedding and formal attire for Filipino men as well as women. The term "barong Tagalog" literally means "a dress that is Tagalog", or "a Tagalog dress" (i.e., "baro na Tagalog", with "barong" being a contraction of "baro na") in the Filipino Language. The barong was popularised as formal wear by Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay, who wore it to most official and personal affairs, including his inauguration as president. Barong Tagalog

2 Type of cloth used Filipinos don their finest formal barongs in a variety of fabrics. Piña fabric - is hand-loomed from pineapple leaf fibers. And because Piña weavers in the Philippines are dwindling, its scarcity makes the delicate Piña cloth expensive and is thus used for very formal events. Jusi fabric - is mechanically woven and was once made from abacca or banana silk. Banana fabric - is another sheer fabric used in formal occasions. Made and hand woven from banana fiber, it usually comes with geometric design details. This fabric hails from the Visayas island of Negros. Variations The term " Barong Tagalog " is used almost exclusively to refer to the formal version of the barong; however, less formal variations of this national costume also exist.

3 Barong and Gown Pricelist BarongPrice Jusi regularPhp1, Jusi EthnicPhp1, Jusi rayaPhp1, Cocoon RegPhp2, Piña lookPhp1, Piña Look ethnicPhp1, Piña Look rayaPhp1, Piña JusiPhp2, Piña Silk RegularPhp3, Piña Silk RayaPhp4, Piña Original RegularPhp5, Piña Original RayaPhp6, Gusot mayaman (Office Uniform)Prices Short SleevesPhp Long SleevesPhp1, Jusi Barong for LadyPhp1, Gusot Mayaman Barong for LadyPhp1,200.00

4 Gusot Mayaman (Office Uniform) Gownplainwith beads JusiPhp4,000.00Php5, Piña LookPhp4,500.00Php5, Piña SilkPhp8,500.00Php9, Piña Original Php10, Php11, CocoonPhp7,500.00Php8, Shawl JusiPhp1, Piña SilkPhp1, PiñaPhp2, Barong for Children JusiPhp1, Piña JusiPhp1, Piña SilkPhp2, PiñaPhp3, For Baby (Christening) JusiPiña BoyPhp1,000.00Php2, GirlPhp1,000.00Php2,000.00

5 WEDDING PACKAGE PACKAGE A: ALL MADE OF JUSI (P64,500.00) Gown for Bride with train Barong for Groom 2 Gowns for the Mother 2 Barongs for the Father 5 Straight gowns for female secondary sponsors 5 Barong Tagalog for male secondary sponsors 5 Straight gowns for flower girls 5 Barong Tagalog for boys PACKAGE B: ALL MADE OF COCOON (P88,500.00) Gown for Bride with train Barong for Groom 2 Gowns for the Mother 2 Barongs for the Father 5 Straight gowns for female secondary sponsors 5 Barong Tagalog for male secondary sponsors 5 Straight gowns for flower girls 5 Barong Tagalog for boys

6 PACKAGE C: ALL MADE OF PINA (P130,500.00) Gown for Bride with train Barong for Groom 2 Gowns for the Mother 2 Barongs for the Father 5 Straight gowns for female secondary sponsors 5 Barong Tagalog for male secondary sponsors 5 Straight gowns for flower girls 5 Barong Tagalog for boys FREEBIES FOR ALL PACKAGES: 2 Heart pillows 1 Cord 1 Veil 1 Arras coins 1 Pouch (Embroidered) 1 Fan (Embroidered) Price is subject to change without prior notice. Delivery Period : 1 Month Payment Terms : 50% DP and 50% upon completion Alteration : 2-3 days

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