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A List Of Catriona Gray-Approved Filipino Fashion Pieces You Can Score Online

Show your Pinoy pride in style!

Miss Universe Catriona Gray sure knows how to 'raise her flag' like a true fashion girl. A month ago, the beauty queen paid homage to local talent by wearing homegrown creations throughout the prestigious pageant. But it didn't stop there—just recently, she was spotted wearing a Barong Tagalog-inspired bomber jacket at the airport en route to New York. So chic!

Can't get enough of her proudly Pinoy style? Here's good news—you can score her fashion picks for yourself, too! Scroll ahead to discover all the Catriona Gray-approved retail picks worth coveting:

 

 

Sampaguita Bag

by Calli Bags

Instagram: @callihandbags | Website: callifashion.com

This artisan handbag featuring the Philippine national flower is a sure conversation piece.


Photo: @catriona_gray

 

Photo: @catriona_gray

 

T'boli Skirt

by NIñOFRANCO

Instagram: @ninofranco.ph | Website: ninofranco.ph

Modern meets traditional in this marsala piece, which highlights ethnic prints from the T'boli tribe in Mindanao. 

 


Kababayan Denim Jacket

by LAHI Lifestyle

Instagram: @lahilifestyle | Website: miaarcenas.com.ph

We're in love with this ultra-wearable, patriotic design! This Mia Arcenas denim creation is sure to elevate any casual outfit in a snap.

 


 

Embroidered Rattan Bags

by Aranaz

Instagram: @aranaz_ph | Website: aranaz.ph

Let's get real—don't these quirky, embroidered Aranaz rattan bags make you wish for eternal summer? Unleash your inner island girl with these luxury handmade pieces.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Laura bucket #Graphic #ARANAZgeogarden

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Barong Bomber Jacket

by Jor-El Espina

Instagram: @jorel.espina

This is not your ordinary Barong Tagalog. Ilonggo designer Jor-El Espina created the "bomberong" (a hybrid of the Barong Tagalog and the bomber jacket) to give the Philippine national dress a modern take. Our verdict? It's a YES across the board!

 

Artwork by Butchie Peña