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This item sold on October 7, 2012.

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This huipil garment was made in Guatemala .The fabric is thick and it seems to be a cotton blend or polyester material, which is typical of the blouses worn as everyday wear. In this case, huipil refers to the square cut of the garment which is traditional in Mayan textiles from the highlands of Central America and southern Mexico.The embroidery around the neckline features beautiful intricate designs of roses, rosebuds and leaves and features quetzal, the national bird of Guatemala. The sleeves themselves also feature an embroidered rose design. The huipil is in used condition, there are a couple of spots on it (see third picture) and there are still some pen marking around the embroidery (used as a guide to hand stitch and embroider the design). This would make a beautiful addition to any wardrobe or it can be hung and displayed as home decor (which I do!).


Length: 29 inches
Width: 33 inches
Arm Hole: 9 inches
Neck Hole: 5 inches

The proceeds of this sale go directly to the non-profit organization, MIA. MIA’s mission is to increase consciousness about the mistreatment of women in Guatemala, to improve socioeconomic conditions for Guatemalan women, to remove gender bias in the Guatemalan government, promote educational programs to reduce domestic violence and feminicide, and promote equal treatment for women. Their purpose is to help effect genuine and lasting change in the conditions for women in Guatemala.

Guatemalan Mayan White Huipil Blouse Shirt with Embroidered Flowers & Quetzal