Looking good never goes out of style. The barong tagalog goes nicely with a cigar and single-malt whiskey, while Filipiniana looks are great against tufted leather and crystal.
Location: Riedel Room, Makati, Manila. Model: Luke Jickain & Sheena Vera Cruz. Photographer: Markus Jentes. Hair and Make-up by: Joemel Reyes. Creative Director and Stylist: Chelo Aestrid.
Luke is wearing the Barong Warehouse Organza Pina with Black Lining 002 and a short-sleeved camisa de chino with a white top hat, while Sheena is wearing a black Mestiza bolero with a black top by Twinkle Ferraren, black pleated palazzo pants, and black and gold accessories.
Luke is wearing a Barong Warehouse's Pina Cocoon Barong Tagalog with a boater hat, while Sheena is wearing an elegant evening gown.
Please refer to the size chart below. Our barongs and Filipiniana items are authentically made in the Philippines and Filipino sizes are usually one size smaller than most Western sizes.
The measurements are of the garment(s) and NOT the person wearing the barong. The Barong is usually a loose fit around the Chest, Waist, and Hips with small allowances on the Collar, Cuff, and Armhole.
BW TIP: If you do not have a measuring tape, use any safe wire or string, mark your measurement with your finger, and check the length with a ruler.
Please do NOT give us measurements for custom orders based on the size charts below. Refer to our Measurement Guide instead for custom order barongs.
The measurements are of the garment(s). Click here to shop for your Camisa de Chino now.
The measurements are of the garment(s).