The Huipil is one of the most traditional garments among indigenous Mexican women. It is a blouse that is adorned with embroidered motifs in a thousand colors. This huipil is made with a technique called Waist Loom , a tradition in Mayan weaving .
Most of the Mayan weavings are made with this technique. This loom produces a piece with 4 perfectly finished edges. The piece has a certain width, which the artisan can handle, so it will be necessary to join several pieces until reaching the desired width to make the huipil.
This technique allows the weaver to let her imagination run wild. Its design is so characteristic that you can tell where a woman is from, simply by looking at the huipil she is wearing.
We have personally chosen and purchased this huipil in the state of Oaxaca and it is in very good condition.
The size corresponds to an M.
A long huipil with a white background and embroidered animals, roosters in blue tones, flowers and stripes. Inspired by the nature of the magical towns of Mexico.
Its shape is square.
Unique pieces embroidered by hand by indigenous women from the State of Oxaca, Mexico. Our goal is to endure this beautiful tradition and spread its art.
What does not disappear!
The fabrics and dyes are natural.
This huipil is as delicate as you are, so you will have to wash it by hand. Use a mild soap and dry it flat, so you will keep this treasure in its best condition. Hand washing is also good for the environment.
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