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Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume

MUNICIPALITY OF ABUCAY


One of the backyard industries in Brgy. Mabatang, in the Municipality of Abucay, is the Walis Lasa. The Princess Muslim inspired costume is made from juete sack (sako) tahong and walis lasa with a Sari manok headdress made from metallic fabric and walis lasa as a tail.

MUNICIPALITY OF BAGAC


This Maria Clara Festival Costume represents and reveals the culture and history of Bagac. The costume was inspired by the wood crafts of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It also showcases the tourism products of Bagac from the Cashew Nuts to Egret (Tagak), where the name of the town was derived.

CITY OF BALANGA


A Floor Sweeping Festival Costume made of sack cloth material featuring the floral colored glasses, hand painted jars and logo of the City of Balanga. The costume tells the beginnings of Balanga from Banga to a good economic growth of the City.

MUNICIPALITY OF DINALUPIHAN


The traditional Maria Clara Festival Costume features long vertical collars with figures of bamboo and droplets of water. It represents the strength and wonders of Dinalupihan.

MUNICIPALITY OF HERMOSA


The color of the festival costume symbolizes the color of the duck’s beak which produces balut a product of Hermosa. Materials used were sack cloth, eggs, plastic roofing for egg crack design and table runner with black laces and charm. It presents the strength that comes from it and a tasteful delicacy, any person would die to taste.

MUNICIPALITY OF LIMAY


Though being known as an industrial town, Limay is one of the municipalities which has fishing as one of its livelihoods. To highlight the natural wonders of the bay, the mermaid cut Filipiniana costume is made from juete sack (sako), shells, pearl, fish scale, fish net and wood carved fish.

MUNICIPALITY OF MARIVELES


Mariveles is known for its high standard of quality products exported worldwide. The creation in a black and white serpentina festival costume is embellished with high quality bag products sophisticatedly crafted to high fashion, every person could dream of.

MUNICIPALITY OF MORONG


A costume showing the greatness of nature from the mountains to the pristine beach of Morong. The clothing material used is perfect for the beach and added with a touch of Pawikan (Marine Turtles) that symbolizes the award winning, Pawikan Festival of this town.

MUNICIPALITY OF ORANI


In this costume, indigenous materials like native rope, banig rapia, and buli hats were used. A three layered skirt decorated with fishnet, artificial prawns and alimango made from dried waterlily is being worn to symbolize the Alimango-Sugpo Festival of Orani.

MUNICIPALITY OF ORION


The costume showcases the mango products of Orion. It is made from sako, abaca rope, mango seeds, mango branches, rapia fiber and spiral buli hats. The headdress is made from dried mango seeds and branches.

MUNICIPALITY OF PILAR


The Modern Filipiniana costume showcases Kasinagan Festival. It is made from sako, dried corn, rice stalks, and rice grains. Hand pain- ted carabao and rice field on the skirt compliment with the theme masaganang ani. Kasinagan headdress is made from dried corn, corn husk and leaves.

MUNICIPALITY OF SAMAL


This costume was awarded as the Best Festival Costume of Miss Bataan 2016. This Modern Filipiniana is made from juete sack (sako) decorated with capiz and pearl. It symbolizes the richness of Capiz products in the town of Samal.

Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume
Miss Bataan 2016 Festival Costume