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Camisa

A Western-styled factory-woven traditional man’s shirt. Normally worn with bright red stripey trousers, a jacket and a hat. Male traditional dress is worn by young and old in 20 known...

Sash

Woollen sash made on a backstrap loom. Pátzcuaro stands at a height of 7200m and therefore woollen garments help to counter the chilly winter evenings....

Huipil

This long traditional tunic consist of long lengths of decorated cotton cloth that have been sewn together. The vertical red banding and strips of indigo dyed material that cover the...

Sash

The Huichol (or Wixárika) are the modern day descendants of the Aztecs, who number several thousand people in the west Mexican states of Nayarit, Zacatecas and Jalisco. This belt reflects...

Gaban

This item would be worn over a cotton shirt by a man to keep him warm but also frees up the arms to allow him to work....

Mochebal

A type of shawl used by women in Tzotzil-speaking Zinacantán, a community in the Chiapas Highlands. The shawl was worn for everyday activities and has traditionally been characterized by a...

Huipil

Woven in three sections, most of the blouse is plain with the neck and shoulders decorated with woollen embroidery. Weaver has demonstrated their skill through intense interlocking geometric designs....

Huipil

Woman’s blouse that would have been worn for everyday wear. Undecorated length would have been tucked into skirt and fastened with a belt. Recent years has seen the use of...

Cap

Part of a boy’s traditional woven costume, worn with a shirt and shorts....

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