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- Throwback to one of my favorite posts from September 12, 2017. There’s no place like Grand Central Terminal, and there is nothing like the Barong Tagalog. Both are iconic and deserve your respect. Please don’t call it Grand Central Station, and please don’t call barongs shirts. See why in the caption below. Visit pineappleind.com (link in bio) to see more about the classic custom hand embroidered piña silk barongs you see here. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Shooting at Grand Central Terminal was quite a memorable experience. We were amongst the iconic sights and the natives of the New York City area. Most people were in a hurry and had somewhere to go. But some had stopped to see what we were up to. Some even said some kind words. "Nice shirts." "I love your shirts." That was very gratifying coming from non-Filipinos. But a part of me always cringes when I hear people call barongs shirts. Yes, they share some of the same characteristics as shirts, but they are so much more. They are the national garment of the Philippines, and piña barongs (like the ones seen here) are considered to be the Filipino equivalent of tuxedos. You would never call a tuxedo a suit. Even though tuxedos share the same elements as suits, they are much more than that. People respect tuxedos enough to only call them tuxedos. So, please, respect the Barong Tagalog enough to only call them barongs. After a good while shooting, someone came up to us and said "Nice barongs!" After a few people called them shirts, I wanted to hug this person. I turned around, and it was a Filipino man about old enough to be my uncle. I was very pleasantly surprised. I wasn't expecting to see any Filipinos that day. It's great to be home.
Check out more on our models Blase (@blasefamy) and Chris (@milanchris), the hand embroidered piña silk barongs named after them and how to make a high quality custom barong a part of your wardrobe at pineappleind.com (link in bio).
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📍 The Labasin Waterfalls Restaurant is one of the centre-pieces of Villa Escudero. Enjoy their traditional Filipino buffet lunch, kamayan style, whilst soaking your feet in the shallow running water! This is a very cool place to go.