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    The baro't saya is a traditional Filipino blouse and skirt ensemble. It originated in Spanish times, when native Philippine women were required to cover their upper torso. Throughout Spanish colonization this was the everyday attire of most Philippine women.

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    Barong Tagalog (the man's top) and Baro't Saya (the woman's skirt)

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    COSTUMES -Barong Tagalog + Baro't Saya

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