Abaca Maria Cacao Blouse
Abaca Maria Cacao Blouse
Abaca Maria Cacao Blouse
Abaca Maria Cacao Blouse

Abaca Maria Cacao Blouse

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The Barong has had a long sartorial journey in the Philippines, each facet of its look representing a time in our colonial history. Primarily the loose, long lines of the Chinese, the airy tropical appearance of Indo-Malay, the elongated effect of the Hindu dressing, and the ornamental restraint of European men’s clothing. Now, we craft our own take on this classic piece- for today's Filipina. Using Abaca silk, we crop this usually long shirt and puff the sleeves- giving this barong a signature feminine flair.

 

  • Model is wearing size M. 5'6 in height. See Size Guide.
  • Semi fitting, button down
  • 100% Abaca Silk
  • Malabor Antique
  • Available in limited Colors. Colors may vary slightly from the photo. Material naturally creases because of its organic properties. Woven out of manila hemp and silk blend with accent of coconut shell buttons. Content may vary since the threads used for handweaving are made on natural fibre.


We honor all the shapes and sizes of bodies and understand that your body may be different from our standard measurements. If you have any questions about sizing, please email custom@anthillfabricgallery.com. For our return and exchange policies, view our FAQ.
All ANTHILL items are made of artisanal hands using hand- loomed fabrics as the focal material. Every piece goes through a slow and rigorous production process. As it is handmade, each weave is unique and you might find inconsistencies on the fabric. We trust that you understand the intricacies of every weave and find beauty in the imperfections.

All weaves used in our apparel line are test washed based on color fastness and shrinkage. As most of these fabrics are a blend of cotton and polyester, they are safe to be machine-washed. If unsure, always play safe and go with hand wash.

WASHING. You may hand wash or machine wash your apparel weaves in cold water using mild detergent at low spin cycle. Hang the clothes to air dry. Zero waste weaves and weaves in natural fiber must be hand washed in cold water.

IRONING. Always set your iron in low to medium heat. Use a spray bottle and spray water to straighten out the wrinkles. Turn the garment inside out when ironing.

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