1. A balintawak is the ‘country’ version of the terno, typically worn in town fiestas and pilgrimages to Antipolo. Its components include the following: a pair of terno sleeves, an alampay (kerchief), a tapis (strip of cloth wrapped around the waist), and a saya (skirt). Traditionally, the alampay and tapis match. Please see the attached period references.
  2. Please see the attached sheet for the recommended size for the sleeves. All entries must conform to the size of these indicated proportions only.
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