I cannot speak for the '30s through '70s because I've never personally witnessed those decades but I was a witness to the glory of Philippine cinema during the '80s.
'Time to rest from posting photographs of paintings of women wearing Filipiniana. I am dedicating this day to share with you pictures of women in our family wearing the traditional Filipiniana outfit.
Here they are...
Have you ever visited the Ili-Likha Artist Village in Baguio City? I just remembered Baguio today coz the weather was so hot. Plus the National Heroes Day fever hasn't died down yet. The kids and I then recalled that wooden sculpture of the national hero but this one was so different from those that we've ever seen.
Here's what we saw --
Tomorrow's our last day for our Filipiniana Series as well as the last day of the Buwan ng Wika. I will miss posting our photos of masterpieces featuring Filipina women wearing their traditional Filipiniana clothing.
This particular portrait is special to me because...
Gosh, it's been days and Sarah Geronimo's Miss Granny remake is still raking in millions at the box office. You know what's great about this film (I have just read reviews but have yet to watch it)?
Every student goes back to school today after a long weekend. National Heroes Day is done but we're not done with our Buwan ng Wika specials just yet...
It's just amazing that our Filipiniana Series coincided with the release of the remake of Miss Granny. I mean, the modest outfits worn by Sarah Geronimo in that film were simply stunning. This just proves that you don't have to show skin to be considered attractive or even confident. I dunno, it's just me, being old-fashioned I guess.
On our fifth installment, we're featuring...
The painting that we're posting today is shrouded in mystery. It's because...
How quickly time flies. It is now the third day of our Filipiniana Series. Today, di pa rin maawat ang mga taong nanonood sa Miss Granny (people are still pouring into the movie houses to watch Miss Granny) starring Sarah Geronimo. And we are still posting paintings that show the mayuming Pinay wearing her Filipiniana.
The painting for today is the...
Are you still wondering why Sarah Geronimo's Miss Granny is raking in millions in the box office these past few days?
Let's discuss this...
E.S. Villamor has made a career in writing for a decade now. Her online business - GIML (Gabriela Isabel & Miguel Lucas) Publishing started in 2014. She advocated for women's rights and was once enamored with imparting financial literacy through training and blogs but she is now focused on propagating all things Filipino. This site is also being groomed as a rich homeschooling resource.