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LOOK: What people wore at #SONA2018

/ 04:12 PM July 23, 2018

Congress has just opened its third regular session early Monday, several hours before President Rodrigo Duterte delivers his State of the Nation Address (Sona).

 

Around 10 a.m., the Senate and House of Representatives formally began their respective sessions.

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And as usual, the opening of every session of Congress stirred public interest on the outfit that lawmakers and their wives, partners, guests and other stakeholders would wear for the historical occasion.

At the Senate, the men held on to their classic Barong Tagalog while monochromatic hues seemed to dominate this year’s Sona fashion for the women.

The Senators are expected to proceed to the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City in the afternoon for a joint session with congressmen in time for the Sona of Duterte.   /kga

Originally published on Jul 23, 2018 @ 11:42

Senator Nancy Binay in her Filipiniana attire. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Cynthia Villar

Sen. Cynthia Villar. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Senator Francis Escudero and wife Heart Evangelista. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Senator Francis Escudero and wife Heart Evangelista. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Sen. Grace Poe with husband Neil attend opening of session at Senate. PHOTO from OFFICE OF SEN. GRACE POE

Sen. Joel Villanueva and wife Gladys. INQUIRER.net/ MAILA AGER

Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and his wife. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Senator Risa Hontiveros in her Filipiniana-inspired dress. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Senator JV Ejercito in his Barong Tagalog suit. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Sen. Loren Legarda. INQUIRER.net / MAILA AGER

Audrey Zubiri, wife of Senator Miguel Zubiri. INQUIRER.net/MAILA AGER

Nikki Coseteng

Former Senator Nikki Coseteng. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

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PAO chief Persida Rueda Acosta. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Act rep. Antonio Tinio wears a barong with anti-Train slogan at the red carpet at SONA. INQUIRER / MARIANNE BERMUDEZ

Communications Secretary Martin Andanar and wife Alelee. INQUIRER.net/ ANTHONY ESGUERRA

Rep. Miro Quimbo. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque. INQUIRER.net / ANTHONY ESGUERRA

Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat. INQUIRER.net /ANTHONY ESGUERRA

Representatives Antonio Tinio, Sarah Elago, Emmi de Jesus, France Castro, Ariel Casilao of the Makabayan Bloc. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Senator Bam Aquino. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Rep. Alfred Vargas and daughter Aryana Cassandra Vargas. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Sen. Joel Villanueva and wife Gladys. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Senator JV Ejercito. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Loren Legarda

Sen. Loren Legarda. INQUIRER.net PHOTO

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Lala Sotto. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

Ciara Sotto. INQUIRER.net / CLARIZEL ABANILLA

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