6 Times Maris Racal Showed Us How To Wear The Terno And Filipino Prints

Maria Clara would've been so proud.

Take pride in your style as the terno is now back on the streets.

Thanks to a renewed passion for the Filipiniana from the youth like Maris Racal, we’re one step away from seeing the terno being worn on the streets again. And yes, you can wear it as a cropped top, a cardigan, and for the dance floor. If you’ve been a Maris stan for a while now, you were a witness to the beginning of her Ate Sandali era where she started wearing the terno and Filipino prints either casually or in her performance outfits. And now that she’s on her US tour along with her Star Magic fam, she also brought them out for a spin. In case you need some style inspo, see how Maris did it below.

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1. HER CROPPED TERNO MADE IT TO NYC

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Maris wore a white cropped terno and a floral mini dress paired with chunky heels at Times Square in NYC. Casual.

2. MARIS’ ASYMMETRICAL TERNO ON THE DANCE FLOOR

Ate Sandali, we weren’t ready for this! Who would’ve thought the terno would look this cool? In Maris Racal’s US tour performance, she wore an asymmetrical terno as a cropped top with woven Filipino prints, styled with a mini skirt, and leg warmers. Our jaws instantly dropped.

3. THE TERNO AND HER CHUNKY BOOTS

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Chunky boots? Check. Bikini? Check. Terno? Slayed. LA didn’t see this outfit combo coming.

4. FILIPINO PRINTS ALL OVER

On one of her early live performances, Maris wore a jacket, a bralette, and a mini skirt made out of woven Filipino prints.

5. THE SHINIEST TERNO

A terno with a deep, deep, deep neckline? This one’s for the hubaderas right here.

6. THE CUTEST BLACK AND PINK FILIPINIANA

If Blackpink’s Jennie Kim wore her modern hanbok before, so did Maris Racal for her music video. She ate it up.

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