This huipil comes from the coastal Mixtec community of Pinotepa de Don Luis, Oaxaca -- a famous skirt weaving town. I had never seen a huipil from this community until I saw this at an exhibition at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington DC
https://flic.kr/p/8Rr15M | Maya Huipil Chiapas Mexico | This huipil comes from the Tzotzil Maya community of Huixtan in the highlands of Chiapas Mexico. It is a good example of a two-web huipil (a huipil made using two lienzos or "webs" of cloth). The white fabric is not hand-woven but is a kind of commercially made cloth known as "manta." Two-web huipils are not very common in Mexico. They are made and worn more frequently in Guatemala
Chiapas Maya Huipil Mexico This lovely huipil was made in the Tzotzil Maya community of Pantelho, Chiapas Mexico. It is exhibited at the Centro de Textiles del Mundo Maya in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas
This doll belongs to the doll collection created by Maria Esther Zuno de Echeverria, former First Lady of Mexico in the She represents a tzotzil Maya woman from San Juan Chamula, in the state of Chiapas Mexico.