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Sun And Stars - Work Shirt - Forest

$72.50

PRE-ORDER ends Oct 8, 2018

The Philippine sun and stars is a symbol our deep roots, a symbol of pride, but more importantly a symbol of “MAKIBAKA!” (FIGHT!) The eight rays of the Philippine sun represent the first eight provinces that battled Spanish colonization that included Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, Bataan, Laguna, Batangas, and Nueva Ecija. The three stars represent the three major island groups that started the revolution Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao

In “Know History” fashion, we deconstructed the Sun and Stars and represented each of the eleven provinces and island groups separately. Each symbol is a rebranding of each area. The fun part, you doing the research to discover which piece belongs to what area! The term “Children of the Returning Sun” is loosely taken from the Philippine anthem. No matter the oppressor, dictator, or corruption, we will stand, return, and fight!

Black plastisol print on each sleeve, front, and back with fully embroidered “Children of the Returning Sun” patch.

UNISEXY Dickie’s 5.25 oz. twill, 65% polyester/35% cotton long sleeve work shirt. During the early 20th century, the Filipino immigrants were blue collar workers that found themselves in kitchens, hotels, and farms. What better silhouette to represent our culture than a Dickie's work shirt.

True to size, Ladies size down.

PRE-ORDER ends Oct 8, 2018

The Philippine sun and stars is a symbol our deep roots, a symbol of pride, but more importantly a symbol of “MAKIBAKA!” (FIGHT!) The eight rays of the Philippine sun represent the first eight provinces that battled Spanish colonization that included Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, Bataan, Laguna, Batangas, and Nueva Ecija. The three stars represent the three major island groups that started the revolution Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao

In “Know History” fashion, we deconstructed the Sun and Stars and represented each of the eleven provinces and island groups separately. Each symbol is a rebranding of each area. The fun part, you doing the research to discover which piece belongs to what area! The term “Children of the Returning Sun” is loosely taken from the Philippine anthem. No matter the oppressor, dictator, or corruption, we will stand, return, and fight!

Black plastisol print on each sleeve, front, and back with fully embroidered “Children of the Returning Sun” patch.

UNISEXY Dickie’s 5.25 oz. twill, 65% polyester/35% cotton long sleeve work shirt. During the early 20th century, the Filipino immigrants were blue collar workers that found themselves in kitchens, hotels, and farms. What better silhouette to represent our culture than a Dickie's work shirt.

True to size, Ladies size down.

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