Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

I always visit Kultura Filipino shop at located at SM Aura and discover new “more Filipino” items that I could incorporate in my daily lifestyle. I love how these handcrafted native bags pairing with the modern fashion, which also adds appeal to my whole outfit, and vibes as well.

Not only they are affordable, the idea of buying these locally made products gives me a calm feeling that somehow I am helping the local industry to make more products and also promote all locally made.


Next time I visit, I will get those raffia bags that scream “summer 365 days” which is perfect for the summer jumpsuit I just recently created.

You can find many items at Kultura Filipino – a store that is known to get gift items, all-Filipino inspired.

From fashion accessories, formal clothing to casual, home decors and kitchen wares, and even jewelry – you can find lots of exquisite pieces here.

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino

And from time to time, you will witness live performances, dancing the tune of Filipino music, all dressed in a traditional style.

Watch video here:

Experiential Shopping at Kultura Filipino



Have you shopped in Kultura Filipino? How’s your experience?
xoxo, Blair

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36 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Some of those bags look like they'd make great gifts for my wife. I wonder if they're doing international shipping?

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  2. How beautiful these items are. I wish there was a shop in SF that carried these items.

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    1. You might wanna take a look some Filipino stores in SF. They might store some souvenir items.

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  3. What a cool shop, I have never been to the Philippians but it is on my list. Great photos and store review.

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    1. Thanks Michael! I took a video of their performances because they made so much effort in pleasing their customers :)

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  4. I have never heard of this shop before but it looks great. The bags are fab and I love that they do live shows!

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    1. I agree Star, I was lucky to catch their performances. And the male performers looks cute though, LOLOL

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  5. I love that you can sometimes watch Filipino performances as you shop that is really neat. Plus how cute are the straw bags?

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    1. I am eyeing that too! When I came back yesterday, it was gone!

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  6. I love those style of bags. You know they're going to be pretty hard wearing and last long, while looking good.

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    1. Exactly and always feels summer in-style :D

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  7. Oh my! I must visit one day. There are a number of items that I would definitely purchase as gifts. Thanks for sharing 😊

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  8. I heard about this shop but I haven't try to purchase an item there and all are looks amazing and so traditional.

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    1. You should visit their shop one day. Ohh check those local dolls they have.

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  9. Whenever I travel, I love to visit stores that carry locally made products and buy from them. It is a great way to get authentic stuff and support local businesses.

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    1. Thank you Eliz for supporting local goods.

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  10. This shop looks great I am loving all the home wear pieces, but my fave has to be the bags.

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  11. Seems a fun place. Kind of place where my wife could easily spend hours!

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  12. These are some awesome home decor items...I have a friend who is a Filipino, I am going to ask her to shop from this shop next time she visits her home. :)

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    1. That's cool! You should try to wear the finest dress made of pineapple fibers.

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  13. I always love shopping at places like Kultura Filipino. Admittedly, with all of the cute things it's easy for me to go overboard! I especially love the pretty bag above with the green leaves. I've been looking for a new one to take with me to the library. Something other than my backpack. One that will stand upright on it's own. I wonder if they have shipping? x

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    1. That's awesome Alison. I guess shipping costs depends on the items destination. Let me know if you need help, I would gladly assist :D

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  14. Wow never knew such place is also there. Pretty much I can buy anything

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    1. Indeed! Sometimes I have to hold me card so tight just to not overboard.

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  15. Those bags are so lovely! I love to always support local brands and local artisans and companies.

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    1. Thanks dear! It is great to support local artisans, because its good for the community and the economy.

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  16. I have never visited the Phillipines, but I would love to go to shop in a place like this! I would love to see a live performance also!

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    1. There are many performances like that. Sometimes even in the airports :D

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  17. This looks like a great find! I love the bags in particular but there is such a range there! If we are ever in the neighbourhood we will have to check it out!

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  18. lots of filipino products there.. such a nice experience too, to be able to shop there.

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