A traditional blouse worn by women, Kimona is often made from piña or other lightweight materials. It features wide sleeves and intricate embroidery, and it is usually paired with a saya or a tube-like skirt called “panuelo.” Originally worn in the Visayan region, a typical Kimona dress is made with a matching blouse and usually a knee-length or above an ankle skirt.

Just like a male Barong Tagalog, a Kimona blouse is most often transparent. Due to its fabric which is made from pineapple fiber. Its skirt is printed like that of a Patadyong pattern, but unlike the Patadyong skirt, Kimona skirt is of floor-length long.