Habanera de Jovencita


The dance was adopted from various European influences since early 16th century. The typical attire for this dance is the formal Maria Clara dress. The word Maria Clara is a symbol of the virtues and nobility of Filipina.

 
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4 comments:

Lesa said...

How lovely! What vibrant colors! Perfect for MY and RT!

"Lillagul" said...

Great shots !
Lovely colours on their dresses !

GINO ADRIAN M. SOLON said...

ME LIKEY>!

chubskulit said...

Those are gorgeous costumes sis.

My Mellow Yellow, have a nice week ahead!

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