Traditional clothing in Guam and Northern Marianas

Why do you think, traditional clothing in Guam and Northern Marianas looked like Philippines' Baro't saya?

Northern Marianas, Guam and the Philippines formed the Spanish East Indies during the 19th century. This means that both territories were once part of rhe Philippines. In fact, the feral water buffalo and the wild Philippine deer in Guam were imported to the island during the Spanish times. Many Chamorros in Northern Marianas and Guam died. The Spaniards brought Filipinos to the islands to populate it. So yeah, the costumes of these two territories are not similar yo baro't sata, they are baro't saya.

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