Alam niyo ba anong magandang business? Selling affordable Filipiniana costumes during Linggo ng Wika and United Nations costumes during UN week to moms of kids! Patok mga mare!
I have been pushing LT to do that. Yung affordable lang pero cute kasi they’ll just wear it one time.
LT made some of Anika’s Filipiniana costumes since she started schooling.
This is the first baro’t saya that she made when Anika was 2 and a half years old. I felt she was the most adorable little girl in Filipiniana that day.
She also made this dress when Anika was 4 years old.
The other year, when Anika was 5 years old, wala siguro ako sa sarili because I wasn’t able to tell LT to make one in time for Linggo ng Wika. Alvin bought na lang in a surplus store. Php 150 lang yata yan but the quality wasn’t nice. Super nipis ng tela but we decided that would do for that year. Bawi na lang kako.
Last year parang they weren’t required to go to school in Filipiniana costume.
This year, LT’s sewing machine broke so she can’t make a dress for Anika. We went to Kultura and found this outfit.
At first, I saw that it only costs around Php 500+. Sabi ko , okay ha, hindi naman mahal. But when I was paying for it, Php 700 plus daw. Yung Php 500, skirt lang pala =/ Tela lang talaga yan na wrap around eh.
I still got it though kasi no choice and Anika looks cute in it =D
Happy Linggo ng Wika!