Meaning of baro't saya in English:

baro't saya

Pronunciation /ˌbɑːrɒt ˈsʌɪə/

nounbaro't saya, baro't sayas

  • (in the Philippines) a traditional outfit for women, consisting of a collarless blouse and a long wrap-around skirt.

    • ‘the singers were dressed in beautiful baro't saya’

Origin

Tagalog, from baro ‘collarless blouse’ + at ‘and’ + saya ‘long skirt’.