Filipino significance of the word Ingat: “Ingat became the word of goodbye, replacing the old “sige”, during the martial law years. It was the last word uttered between and among those meeting to discuss what had to be done, in ways big and small, to end the Marcos Dictatorship. It was said with all the love and respect one was capable of. Because chances were one would meet again only in a prison cell, or a torture house, or at a wake.” - Ninotchka Rosca
Ingat - a word so thoughtful and endearing that also represents triumph and resistance. In this collection, “Ingat Palagi” embodies the warmth of community care, the tenderness of caring for one’s self, and the privileges we hold now as Filipinos because of the work of the revolutionaries that came before us.
It is a message we are putting out there in hopes to manifest more spaces and communities where we deeply care and advocate for each other, love one another wholly for who we are, and for all that we stand for. May this message manifest kinship and care. Ones that are deeply grounded in connectedness, acceptance, and justice.
When you support this collection, you’re also supporting Bahaghari & GABRIELA Philippines. 20% of the sales of this tee will go to these incredible organizations fighting for LGBTQ+ and women’s rights in the Philippines.
All sizes are in Unisex (no fitted sizing available).
100% ring-spun cotton, 8.1 oz
Softer, Vintage garment dye fabric
Our designs are heat pressed onto fabric. To ensure they last a long time, please only wash and tumble dry inside out. If you need to iron, only iron on the backside of the clothing.
Wash in cold & hang to dry to prevent shrinking and fading.
Size Chart (in inches)
Length is measured from the highest point on the collar down to the bottom hem.
Width is measured across the body of the shirt, one way.