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I’ve always been a fan of anything Filipino handmade, something we could call our own. Just like this one-of-a-kind, unique native bag made by Paola Germar. The name of their shop is “Palamuti” a Filipino word translating to “trinket, ornament, decoration or accent.” Look how it’s beautifully crafted every detail and still represents the diverse cultural identity of a Filipina.

Palamuti is a brand specializing in handmade accessories. All their designs are Filipino inspired.

I love the choice of colors and how the beading work was done, you could tell that they poured their heart and time just to make this beautiful piece. Definitely great to wear during festivals, summer events or parties and even for an evening affair.

THEIR MISSION

"Our mission goes beyond offering unique hand crafted accessories for the modern woman. We aspire to provide employment opportunities for talented women artisans, to help lift them up from a poverty stricken environment. Attaining financial security, we believe, goes hand in hand with self-actualization through work and empowerment. We try to create a working environment that will give them a sense of pride in what they do."

(references: http://www.palamutishop.com)

Such beautiful well-crafted pieces right? If you're looking for a creative gift to give, you just might have found it. Make sure to check out their social media platforms.

Official website:

http://www.palamutishop.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/ratedpaolagermar

Instagram

@ratedpaolagermar

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