Mexican - Oaxaca

Young girl wearing a traditional highly embroidered 'Tehuana' dress (women from the mexican area called Tehuantepec in the State of Oaxaca are called ' Tehuanas') in her local village festivity.

Vintage Mexico

Charro y China Poblana * 1500 free paper dolls at international artist Arielle Gabriels The International Paper Doll Society also free Chinese paper dolls The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

Tehuana!

These are the traditionally accepted costumes or dresses of the various regions of Mexico from generations past up to currently.

Vendedora de Tejidos, Mexico

La Vendedora de Tejidos, The spiral of creation is feminine. All living life forms come from the heart of the goddess in us, beauty and creation.

Mexican Costume Guerrero  This huipil and enredo (wrap) skirt are worn by the Nahua women from Acatlan, Guerrero Mexico. The doll is wearing a miniature version of the same traje. This was part of an exhibition at the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City, Mexico

This huipil and enredo (wrap) skirt are worn by the Nahua women from Acatlan, Guerrero Mexico. The doll is wearing a miniature version of the same traje. This was part of an exhibition at the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City, Mexico

Oaxaca Mexican Clothing Zapotec | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This huipil and long skirt are decorated by embroidered designs. The flowers are hand embroidered. The red and yellow designs were sewn using a machine. This traje is typical of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec region of Oaxaca, Mexico

Chiapas (love her dress)

"Parachicos", traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, México, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January by Jorge Ojeda Badenes.

Michoacán Mexican children wearing traditional clothing -

Michoacán All children are beautiful but we especially enjoy the Mexican children wearing traditional clothing - for more of Mexico visit www.

Mexico

A portrait of a beautiful, young Mayan woman weaving a carpet in the backyard of her home in a village in the heart of Chiapas.

Huautla Women Oaxaca by Teyacapan, via Flickr

Two young women are wearing typical huipiles and skirts from Huautla de Jimenez in the Mazateca Alta region of Oaxaca Mexico

Chiapas, Mexico.   by Karen Elwell  For more ethnic fashion inspirations and tribal style visit www.wandering-threads.com

Chiapas, México ~ Weaver wears a beautiful woven huipil as she works at the backstrap loom

Huichol Woman    This Huichol artist from Nayarit, Mexico wears a skirt and blouse decorated with intricate hand embroidery. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Etnia Wirrarica-Huichol Woman - Huichol artist from Nayarit, Mexico wears a skirt and blouse decorated with intricate hand embroidery. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Two Chiapanecas Mexico by Teyacapan, via Flickr

Two Chiapanecas Mexico Two women wear slightly different styles of the lovely and popular Chiapaneca costume. Feast of San Antonio Abad in Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas Mexico

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