I can’t believe that I wore a fuchsia pink Filipiñana costume for a whole day.
In light of UST’s Velada Tomasino event, students are required to wear Spanish Period costumes. At first, only the freshmen and the sophomores in our college were asked to follow the dress code. But two days ago, it was announced that incentives would be given to those who will wear costumes.
Of course, since I am already in my dorm, I don’t have anything that matches the said attire. And so I asked my blockmates if they have any extra Filipiñana. Well, I found one all right, but it was solid fuchsia pink. I was very hesitant to wear it but I must so I can benefit from the extra credit that would be given.
So here are some pictures we took today:
This was at Plaza Mayor, with a made-up background of a Spanish-style mansion.
With my awesome boys and the guardia civil at lover’s lane.
This was at the cool archway near the football field.
Just trying to pose like a old Filipino family.
Oh, and this is my sadist friend.
So yeah, imagine if we still dress like this today. I think it looks good but given the weather here in our country, I think it would be best to stick with the clothes we have today. Plus, it’s not easy thing, walking around in those things. And the itch is not worth it. Haha.