Objectives

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• To know the evolution of the manner of fixing the hair and dressing of Filipina women • To compare and contrast the physical appearance of Filipina before and the modern Filipina • To know the factors affecting and surrounding the manner of dressing and fixing the hair of Filipina

Content .

First Colonizations 1) Pygmies or Negritos 2) Indonesians • Primitive culture • More advanced • Clothing made from culture leaves and barks • Wore clothes and • Ornaments that perished tattoed their easily such as flowers bodies and leaves .

a red white cloth wrapped around the waist.3) Malaysians • dress of Malay women: (1) upper part. was a loose-fitting skirt • Tapis . the baro or camisa. & (2) lower part. • gogo -a dried bark sliced into pieces. . a loose blouse that had sleeves. which the Tagalogs called saya and the Visayans called patadyong. • Body tattooed with figures and designs representing animals and nature to enhance their beauty and to serve as records of wars • Women knotted their hair at the back of their heads for them to comfortably do their chores.

American Colonization 1900s: Maria Clara • not very loose • skirt made of lace • popular mode of dressing until 1913 • on shoulders. a triangular pañuelo was placed far from the neck and with its two ends knotted in front at the chest .

crepe.Terno • had a cowl or draped neckline and butterfly sleeves called babarahin • made of satin. piña or jusi Saya • became very loose • had a tail called kola • tapis was on top of the saya Later part of American colonization: • adopted the mode of dressing of Americans • Woskirts and high-heeled shoes. • curled their hair • dresses became shorter . artificial eyelashes. velvet. lace. make-up and perfumes. nylon stockings.

which became substitute of shoes because of shoe shortage -art applied in the carvings on the bakya • Japanese culture didn’t influence manner of dressing .Japanese Period • Culture of survival emerged • bakya-wooden clogs.

. shirts and blouses.Post-war • Early: terno • Later: Filipinos followed fashion fads of the Westerners • Women started wearing pants and jeans.

rubber shoes • make-up and hairstyling • shorter hairstyles .Present • follow the Westerners’ fashion statements • wear tight-fitting clothes such as skinny jeans and leggings and not-so-modest clothes which show off or flaunt their features • heels.

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