The Barong Tagalog, a Proud Filipino Tradition, Perfect for All Occasions
Kultura brings you a premium selection of well-made, classy and stylish Barong Tagalog that is perfect for any intimate event or occasion in your calendar these days. You may do an in-store purchase or call to deliver. Kultura can be found in most of The SM Stores and selected SM Malls nationwide. You may also shop online on www.kulturafilipino.com. We ship in the Philippines and most countries in the world so simply make the choice, place your order and we will take care of the rest.
Are you about to walk down the aisle as a handsome groom? You will perfectly complement the elegance and sophistication of the wedding gown of your lovely bride with any of our expertly designed and intricately embroidered Barong Tagalog. It’s high quality and timeless design transcends generations. You can wear it for your silver wedding anniversary when you renew your vows and down the line, it can be an heirloom piece.
Speaking of intimate or micro weddings, do you have the honor of being a member of the entourage? Achieve a dignified and elegant look wearing our Barong Tagalog. Boost your confidence wearing a well-made and stylish barong and with a breeze, go through the wedding procession while all eyes and cameras are on you. Taken from any angle, even in stolen shots, you will surely look great in all the photos. Share them on your socials and spread the pride and joy you experienced in being a part of such a momentous occasion of your loved ones or dear friends.
Graduation or an oath-taking is a milestone that must be celebrated! A virtual one remains to be a special event that will surely be cherished. Look your best wearing a Barong Tagalog that fits your personality. Choose the color and exquisite details that perfectly suit you. Be sure to capture this special moment with loads of selfies and groufies with your loved ones.
Behind every Barong Tagalog we offer is a story of long hours of hard work and expertise of pineapple fiber weavers and embroiderers. Every piece starts with the material to be used. Piña is usually chosen for formal wear, as it has a delicate appearance and is completely handmade, making it truly special. Other popular materials include organza and cocoon silk as affordable, sturdier alternatives for formal Barongs.
Each piece is then completed with beautiful embroidery, done either with a machine or by hand. This final step involves adding intricate details from ethnic designs and traditional florals to elaborate, open-work embroidery known as calado.that make the Barong Tagalog a work of art.