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Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

Curious as to where to cop the stylish wardrobe pieces and accessories featured in “The Broken Marriage Vow?” This fashion guide has got you covered!

The infidelity drama is earning rave reviews not just for its gripping storyline but also for its beautiful all-Filipino wardrobe which showcases Pinoy brands from all over the country. Director and costume design head, Concepcion Macatuno, personally picked out the elements with an “urban Pinoy” aesthetic in mind.

Style your next OOTD by supporting these local fashion brands:

 

Classy and artsy bags by Zarah Juan

In the very first episode of the series, Jill’s (Jodi Sta. Maria) adorable jeepney crossbody bag immediately caught viewers’ attention. Aside from this, Lexy’s (Sue Ramirez) super cute telephone- shaped partyline bag (which is one of the bestsellers) and her mixtape bag, which she wore during the famous “birthday scene” of David (Zanjoe Marudo), are all by Zarah Juan, who specializes in kooky and figurative designs.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Colorful, handcrafted bags by Beatriz

Remember the scene where Jill told Lexy that she’s pregnant? Lexy was sporting a cute round black bag, which features an origami fox by local brand Beatriz. Doc Jill’s go-to clutches are also from Beatriz, whose handcrafted bags are perfect for any type of occasion—whether for a casual night out or a formal dinner party.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Traditional with a touch of contemporary art wardrobe by Filip+Inna

Filip+Inna’s Inaul Kaftan dress took centerstage during the explosive dinner scene where Jill exposed David and Lexy’s affair. Filip+Inna perfectly combines traditional and contemporary design wherein they use techniques such as weaving and embroidery for their statement pieces.

Fun fact: Another iconic outfit of Jill is her Tausug Opera coat, which took two months to finish and was hand-embroidered by the Tausug!

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Hand-painted pieces by Lokal Home+ Art + Fashion

Direk Connie and her son’s brand Lokal Home+ Art+ Fashion brings edgy Filipino fashion to a whole new level. Jill, David, Lexy, Atty. Dante (Franco Laurel), Marina (Susan Africa), and Diane (Jane Oineza) have donned multiple pieces from this brand, including the fan-favorite upcycled barongs. One of the most notable designs is Lexy's chic bini dress, which she wore during the dinner scene.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Eye-popping earrings by Farah Abu

Earrings by Farah Abu have also made a statement in the series thanks to its eye-popping colors and intricate designs which feature elements such as pearls and corals. Some of the pieces featured in the series are Jill’s abrina Filipina mini earrings and starfish earrings and Nathalia’s (Rachel Alejandro) katheer earrings.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Key jewelry pieces by Tina Campos

Jill’s white Lily mother of pearls necklace, Sandy’s (Angeli Bayani) colorata pearl necklace, and Marina’s green hablon grass earrings are all from Tina Campos’ fashion brand. Their jewelry feature several beautiful beads such as baroque pearl pieces and freshwater pearls.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Embroidered polo shirts by Niño Franco

Niño Franco is known for making ethnic and contemporary wear with uniquely detailed pieces. This brand is responsible for making David (wearing a klubi polo) and Atty. Dante (wearing a balintataw polo) look stylish and trendy at the same time.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Traditional Filipino tops by Jor-el Espina and Rhett Eala

Traditional Filipino fashion will never go out of style! Nathalia’s iconic Kiveza Terno was designed by the local fashion brand Jor-el Espina. The brand gives a lot of attention to detail—from its colors, textures, and structures—to make sure that each creation is beautifully unique. Rhett Eala, on the other hand, is famous for his one-of-a-kind hand-painted fabrics and local woven pieces that showcase a truly Filipino wardrobe.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Beaded pieces and rattan bags by Adante Leyesa and Agsam Fashion Fern

Mesmerizing and dainty handbags and necklaces used by the series’ female characters are cute pieces that easily catch the eye of viewers. Accessories and bag designer, Adante Leyesa, showcases his signature denim and beaded pieces with distinct wooden handles, while Agsam Fern is known for their beautiful hand-painted rattan bags.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Breathtaking accessories by Ken Samudio and Piesa

Other notable accessories and bags are from internationally renowned designer Ken Samudio, whose breathtaking coral designs make an appearance in the series, including his bougainvillae tote that was used by Carol (Bianca Manalo). There is also the jewelry brand Piesa by Paula Pioquinto-Dimaano, that takes pride in their handmade necklaces, earrings, cuffs, and shirts.

 

Pinoy fashion brands Broken Marriage Vow

 

Local fashion brands Alchemista, J Makitalo, Mjorian, Maco Custodio, Mu. by TMK Designs, and Zapateria are also featured in the series. See more of the stylish outfits and intricately designed accessories by watching “The Broken Marriage Vow” on weeknights at 8:40 PM on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, A2Z, TV5, iWantTFC, TFC, and Viu.