The country's top two leaders typify simplicity.
Both hold their oath-taking today, June 30, and the words to describe their separate inaugurations are "modest," "low key," and "frugal."
The President's wardrobe was actually the least of his concerns, nonetheless, People's Television posted on Twitter a few details:
Digong's barong, which was made of pina jusi fabric, was paired with khaki pure cotton pants.
The barong's customized buttons read "DU30," and the embroidery was patterned after the Manobo tribe.
The barong's designer was Chard Pulache, while the master cutter was Manong Hermie Balagon.
Meanwhile, Robredo's modern-Filipiniana gown was designed by Paul Cabral.
[A] Pagpupugay sa ika-14 na Pangalawang Pangulo ng Pilipinas! pic.twitter.com/izrdQfkrO9— Leni Robredo (@lenirobredo) June 30, 2016
SIMPLICITY AT ITS BEST. Even the President's children went minimalist on their outfits courtesy of Mindanaoan designers.
Sara's (second from right) royal-blue terno was a creation of Silverio Anglacer.
Paolo's barong was designed by Erwin Lee Tan, while Baste's (left) barong was made out of Mindanaoan silk woven from Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, by Davao Fashion and Design Council (DFDC).
Robredo's daughters Aika, Jill, and Tricia followed a black and white theme for their Filipiniana dresses designed by Paul Cabral.
She came to Robredo's Inauguration with her husband, Dingdong Dantes.
Kiko Pangilinan was accompanied by his daughter Frankie, who donned a Kalinga native attire, at Robredo's Inauguration.
Enchong Dee, a kababayan of the VP, wore a classic barong.
Jim Paredes with Bea Binene, who looked very stylish in her Barong-inspired top.