You may have dropped by the department store at some point, looking for a terno to wear to an office function or a wedding. While there are a lot of traditional cuts and styles to choose from, there only a few pieces that look current and can easily be incorporated to one's regular wardrobe. This makes these beautiful creations incredibly expensive investments that are too often only kept in cabinets.

Enter Tygie, a Valenzuela-based company that specializes in traditional Pinoy clothing. Still keeping with traditional materials, designs, cuts, and embelishments, it has managed to give a modern twist to feminine barong and terno pieces that can easily be worn on a regular day. 

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Off to a presentation? Bring out the barong.

Leave your cotton button-down home and make a statement with this pick!

Go for details for your next amiga brunch.

Try a toned-down version of butterfly sleeves with this presko-looking top that can go well with jeans.

Be super extra with embroidered skirts.

Causal doesn't need to be boring. Highlight a simple tank top and a pair of sneakers with a luxurious skirt.

Upgrade your smart casual-look with butterfly-sleeved bolero jackets.

If you really want to go all out, don these impecably embroidered Filipiñana pieces. They don't only go well with a straight or a pencil cut dress, they can also be worn with a camisole and a pair of pants.

For more details on the release of some of Tygie's designs, visit their Facebook page.

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