I’m still coming off from a high during the recently concluded virtual tour spearheaded by Ayala Museum (full feature here), not only was it wonderfully crafted and organized, it also got me seeing other players sporting traditional Filipino outfits.

 

I really love the curator’s reaction in this photo!

That was enough to make me wonder where the other players got their get-ups. Granted, the Bagobo shirt and Yakan skirt made by Ayala a few weeks back probably started the fire, I didn’t expect that some of the ACNH players would be doing their own unique takes on various cultural textiles. So I did a bit of digging on Twitter and found some awesome creators – @erikaflr_ and @youkaishain who shared with the community their design codes that you can wear in the game.

Check them out!

 

@erikaflr_ on Twitter
@erikaflr_ on Twitter
Toby Pavon on Facebook
@erikaflr_ on Twitter
@erikaflr_ on Twitter
@erikaflr_ on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter

@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter
@youkaishain on Twitter

I’m sure there are more of these out there and I will surely update the article when I see more of your content.

Got something similar that you are sporting right now? Send it off in the comments and I’ll gladly share it here! Till then, keep on gaming!

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