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“Hablon” – taken from Hiligaynon word “habol” meaning “to weave” refers to both the process of making the fabric and the finished products. Century old industry of loom-weaving passed thru generations. This polycotton hablon blouse fabric is handwoven with love by our women weavers from Iloilo, Philippines.
Weaving Culture unites people and communities by living tradition thru their colorful weaves. We will always take pride in promoting our hablon here in the United States and to the world. Supporting their livelihood and tradition is our way of lifting women and helping our community.
Our Masferre blouse is named after “Eduardo Masferre” who was a Filipino-Catalan photographer who made important documentary reports about the lifestyle of native people in the region of the Cordillera in the Philippines. He is regarded as the father of Philippine Photography. We would like to honor the people who made an impact in filipino arts and culture.
Colorful weaves and stripes pink and white is just a beautiful way of showing off our Filipino culture in a fashionable way. According to fashion gurus, vertical stripes in an outfit appears to elongate your figure by drawing the eye up and down. This free size blouse fits small to large, please refer to measurements provided.
Measurements: Free Size (fits S-L)
- Neck Circumference: 24.5 inches
- Waist: 46 inches
- Bust: 50 inches
- Arm Circumference: 12 inches
- Hips: 40 inches
- From neck to blouse length: 25 inches
Our fabrics are so beautiful not only loved by Filipinos but will surely be loved by other cultures as well. Designed by fashion designer in the Philippines, the touch of modern fashion in our traditional weaves make it also suitable to our millennials and in this modern world.
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