Mayan and her favorite baro't saya/maria clara dress (Philippine national costume for women).
Parts of the Dress:
Panuelo - The panuelo derived its name from the Spanish "paņo" which means 'scarf'. The panuelo is a wide triangular scarf covering the back and fastened securely in the front by gold brooches or pins.
Inagua - Slip also called sapad or binabaye. Worn inside the skirt
Tapis - An overkirt also calle sobrefalda. It often matches the panuelo.
Yeah I often draw her with different kinds of baro't saya. Because she's a lady, what do you expect? She can't have too much dresses right? But this one is her favorite.
LOL, but honestly, I kinda wanna give her a final costume too, a dress she always wears, for identity purposes so people can recognize her easily.
Though I'll still draw her with different dresses.
This dress is simpler, for every day use, but a decent one to wear when she's going outside, because you see, a formal baro't saya is very extravagant.
Anyway, yeah she always carry her "walis tingting"/stick broom around. It's actually a weapon. LOL
Character from: Flowers Bloom: [link]
Impromptu artwork for reference use. ^^ Hello Art-trades.