• 3 Traditional Filipino Costumes you can DIY in 3 Easy Steps

    Make a truly Pinoy ensemble in 3 easy steps, or less!
    by Beam Mariano .
  • Igorot Costume
    Igorot costume

    You will need:

    Igorot costume materials

    How to do it:
    1. Lay the button-down polo flat on a surface. Make curved pencil outlines to mark the area where you want to cut: along the collar, sleeves, and around ¾ length of the shirt.

    2. Carefully cut the polo using the outline as guide. You should now have a vest and lots of remaining fabric to make the bahag.

    3. Make use of the sleeves to make the bahag and the remaining fabric can be used as the waistband for this costume. Stitch it together with needle and thread.

    TIP: Glue feathers on another strip of fabric to make an instant headdress!

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