Miss Tourism World Philippines 2022 Justine Felizarta and her National Costume
Sari is mainly inspired by the story of the legend of Mount Apo, the tallest volcano of the Philippines. Apong, which Mount Apo is derived, is a brave warrior and had a lovely daughter who is loved by many namely, Sari. Sari has a long dark tresses and a soft sweet voice. The costume is enthused by the scenic landscape of the mountain and colorful culture of the moro and indigenous people of the Philippines.
‘LUNTIAN’ or the color green symbolizes growth and renewal, which depicts the growth of the empowered women of today’s generation. ‘Bulawan’ or the gold accents represents the women being the gem of the tribe. With that, ‘Sari’ is a lady who exemplifies strong and regal attributes of an Exceptionally Empowered Filipina.
Designer I Neil Patrick Jimlani
Make up I Aj Castro Jose (@ajcastrojose)
Hair I Sabrina Valiente @sabrinavaliente02
Shoes I @jojobragais
Skin I @loveyourskin_by_danilynvera
Smile I @empiredentallounge
Team I MISS WORLD PHILIPPINES] @harleybarleyyy Ritchie Teves]
Special thanks to:
@arnold_vegafria @tracymaureenperez @iamkrishnab Ritchie Teves] @aldrichmaruuu @francischee_ @briancanlas_ @misstourismworld MISS WORLD PHILIPPINES] @misstourism @mtworg
@Pierre, yep. Tourists are back. Bisita diri
I Love her NatCos
lovely ! smile that confident smile !
Should be “Sari has long dark tresses” . Coz hair is a collective noun. And “a tresses” violates the subject – verb agreement rule. Her handlers should have been extra careful coz this is for global consumption. Just like “a career in the fiela” as pointed out also by @Thomas
Ikaw na jud Cool Brew. Musta ang Bohol karon? Balik na ang daghang turista? Ty.
Anyway, good luck Justine! Bring home the bacon.