Baro't saya
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British pronunciation/ˌbɑːrɒt ˈsaɪə/
American pronunciation/ˌbɑːrɒt ˈsaɪə/
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a traditional Filipino dress consisting of a blouse (baro) and a skirt (saya) usually worn by women

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What is a "Baro't saya"?

A baro't Saya is a traditional dress worn by women in the Philippines. It is composed of two parts: the Baro or blouse, and the Saya or skirt. The blouse has butterfly sleeves and a collar, while the skirt is a long, flowing skirt that can be made of different materials like silk, cotton, or pineapple fibers. The Baro't Saya has evolved over time, with changes in fabric and style reflecting the influences of Spanish and American colonization. Today, it is often worn on formal occasions or cultural events and is regarded as a symbol of Filipino identity and pride.

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