These Local Celebrities Will Show You Modern Ways To Wear The Terno

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When one speaks of the terno, we immediately think of the Filipiniana costume we used to wear at school during Linggo ng Wika. But mind you, this locally made dress is more than that. In fact, it's a stylish option when attending gatherings and social events. Still need more convincing? We spotted these local celebrities wearing modern ternos at the first ever Bench TernoCon 2018. Time to take style notes, ladies!

1. Wear the terno in a trendy color.

Ara Arida in Michael Leyva
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2. Make the piece easier to wear in the city by choosing lightweight materials.

Solenn Heussaff in Cary Santiago
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3. Be resourceful with your choice of fabric. Take cues from this terno made out of hundreds of neoprene loops.

Gabbi Garcia in Dinnes Obusan
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4. Opt for structured details for a statuesque look.

Megan Young in Niv de Leon
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5. Cutouts can make your terno more modern and a tad less conservative.

Lovi Poe in Albert Andrada
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6. Make the most of your terno by opting for a two-piece garment you can mix and match.

Juliana Gomez in JC Buendia
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7. Floral embroidery will never go out of style.

Lucy Torres-Gomez
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8. Go for deep jewel tones and shiny fabrics for that opulent vibe.

Kaye Tinga in Pepito Albert
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9. Mix fabrics and be creative where you place your cutouts.

Amina Aranaz-Alunan in Rajo Laurel
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10. For the gents, you can modernize your barong with lots of texture.

Jaggy Glarino in his own design
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11. Use indigenous fabrics for a colorful, modern terno.

Tracy Dizon in her own design
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12. Layer your terno with puff sleeves for maximum volume.

Andre Chang
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13. Go avant-garde and opt for exaggerated terno sleeves.

Daryl Chang in Jun Escario
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14. Add modern accessories like thick belts and hats.

Mich Dulce
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15. Ruched waist and bold prints will put your terno above the rest.

Margie Moran in Cary Santiago and Myrza Sison in vintage Ramon Valera 
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16. Knee-length cocktail terno? Why not!

Daphne Oseña-Paez
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17. Ternos can be worn with wide-leg trousers, too.

Mark Higgins and Milka Quin
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18. If you find your terno a little too short, simply layer it over a floor-length dress!

Tessa Prieto-Valdes in Dennis Lustico
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See more ideas on how to wear the terno below!

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Kyle and Kerry Tinga in Lesley Mobo

Trickie Lopa in Carl Jan Cruz

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Yael Buencamino in Milka Quin

Lulu Tan Gan in her own design

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Kai Lim in a vintage Ramon Valera bib over a Joey Samson terno

Patty Betita, Sara Jane Paez, Desiree Verdadero-Abesamis, and Gem Padilla in Renee Salud

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Kit Zobel in Ito Curata

Bea Ledesma in Joey Samson

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Sharina Gutierrez in Rajo Laurel

Len Cabili in Inno Sotto and Rebecca Disini in Maureen Disini

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