The Jeepney shirt which has become one of my favourite shirts now. I wore it once at the office and my workmates loved it! I proudly told them about Jeepney being the national transportation of the Philippines. I love the back of the shirt because of its detailed graphics.
Being a Rizal fan, I just had to buy myself some Rizal shirts. The white shirt with “Rizal twins” (that’s how I call it hehe, it’s actually likened to a playing card) is made by My Philippines, while the green shirt with the sunglasses-wearing Rizal (he looks soooo cool in this graphic design) is by Team Manila.
The merchandise at Kultura Filipino are also great gifts to balikbayans. Our wedding ninang,Mama Jules, gifted the Husband and I shirts from Kultura Filipino!!! We were so grateful for her thoughtfulness and oh how we loved her gifts to us.
Mama Jules gave me this cute shirt that had a heart made up of different symbols that relate to everything about the Philippines.
The Husband’s shirt on the other hand had Pinoy Jokes written all over. Whenever he wears this I get mesmerized reading the jokes written on it.
Other than shirts, I got myself some re-usable bags that had pop culture designs on them.
I like this Manila Street Life bag because it had the names of different cities in Metro Manila with icons of our Manila street life (click this to see enlarged photo). And of course, I wouldn’t leave the store without buying a Rizal bag to add to my Rizal collection.
The Buti Na Lang Sabado Bukas bag was designed by Team Manila is one bag that I can’t help but add to my collection. Love the humour!
The Common Filipino Mistakes bag is a gift from one of my aunts who vacationed in the Philippines last year. Love the humour on this one too.
Whenever I’m at Megamall, I always drop by their Kultura Filipino store and in one of my visits, I found this rosary necklace in the accessories section. It is made of a crystal called Citrine. The crystals are actually light yellow in colour (I used a white filter when I took this photo that why it became white). I bought this because I also have a collection of Rosaries and I’m very fond of crystals and precious stones.
And because in just a short span of time that I was in the Philippines and have been shopping there all the time, Kultura Filipino gave me a big, lovely Bayong before I left (you have to spend a minimum amount of which escapes me right now).