LOOK: Ayala Museum Releases Filipino Folk Clothing Designs for Animal Crossing!

Ayala Museum is joining the hype of the popular Nintendo Switch game “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” by releasing its own custom outfit designs inspired by traditional Filipino clothing!

The museum shared screenshots of its designs and its respective design codes for anyone to download in the game at the Able Sisters shop. These are the Bagobo warrior shirt and a Yakan skirt!

They also shared textile patterns of the inaul (a tubular garment from Maguindanao) and the Bugkalot women’s anseng shirt that players can copy on their own using the game’s custom design pattern maker.

Check out the museum’s post to learn more about and appreciate these traditional clothing!

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Do you have your own custom-made designs for “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”? Share them with us in the comments!


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