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Mazahua Women Mexico by Teyacapan. The traditional costumes of various regions of Mexico. for more of Mexico visit www. Mexican Fashion, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Clothing, Traditional Mexican Dress, Traditional Dresses, We Are The World, People Of The World, Mexican Art

Mazahua Women Mexico

Mazahua women from Santa Ana Nichi in the state of Mexico attend a ceremony held at the Centro Cultural Mazahua

knitting wear fast knitting projects for beginners Cross Stitch Borders, Cross Stitch Samplers, Cross Stitch Charts, Cross Stitch Designs, Cross Stitching, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Cross Stitch Patterns, Knitting Charts

Hорвежские узоры

Автор - ЕлеНик . Это цитата этого сообщения И опять норвежские узоры... И опять норвежские узоры... По моему личному мнению норвежские узоры уникально - универсальны. Их можно связать спицами, можно вышить крестиком, а можно связать крючком (филейное вязание). Именно своей…

Chiapas, México ~ Weaver wears a beautiful woven huipil as she works at the backstrap loom Mexican Costume, Mexican Outfit, Folk Costume, Fairy Costumes, Maya, Mexico City, Mexican Textiles, Guatemalan Textiles, Mexico Culture

Antonia's Huipil

Antonia wears a beautiful woven huipil as she works at the backstrap loom

Here is a photo of the back of the Chatino blouse shown in the previous posting. From Santiago Yaitepec, Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Embroidered Dress, Mexican Blouse, Mexican Embroidery, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Style, Embroidered Blouse, Mexican Fashion, Ethnic Fashion

Oaxaca Chatino Blouse

Here is a photo of the back of the Chatino blouse shown in the previous posting. From Santiago Yaitepec, Oaxaca Mexico

This woman is a model who is dressed in a pretty Mazatec huipil to serve as an attendant at a wedding in Oaxaca city, Photos du Mexique Mexican Costume, Folk Costume, Mexican Fashion, Mexican Style, Mexican Girls, Traditional Mexican Dress, Traditional Dresses, We Are The World, People Of The World

Mujer Woman Oaxaca Mexico Mexicana

This woman is a model who is dressed in a pretty Mazatec huipil to serve as an attendant at a wedding in Oaxaca city

Perfect for those hot days of August -- this pretty embroidered blouse was made in the state of Tabasco, Mexico. Blouses like this are worn by Mestiza and indigenous Chontal (yokot'an) women. Mexican Blouse, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Style, Learning To Embroider, Dress Indian Style, Ethnic Dress, Pakistani Dress Design, Embroidered Blouse

Embroidered Blouse Tabasco Mexico

Perfect for those hot days of August -- this pretty embroidered blouse was made in the state of Tabasco, Mexico. Blouses like this are worn by Mestiza and indigenous Chontal (yokot'an) women.

Huautla Huipil Huipil from Mazatec area of Huautla de Jimenez, Oaxaca. Famed for deep caves and sacred mushrooms. Mexican Blouse, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Outfits For Mexico, Mexico Clothes, Mexican Costume, Mexican Textiles, Mexican Embroidery, Folk Clothing

Huautla Huipil Mazatec Oaxaca

Huipil from Mazatec area of Huautla de Jimenez, Oaxaca. Famed for deep caves and sacred mushrooms.

colorful embroidered quechquemitl from Huastec community of Aquismon, San Luis Potosi Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Crafts, Mexican Art, Mexican Embroidery, Embroidery Art, Mexican Textiles, Mexican Designs, Native Style

Huastec cape quechquemitl Mexico Textiles

colorful embroidered quechquemitl from Huastec community of Aquismon, San Luis Potosi

Two young women are wearing typical huipiles and skirts from Huautla de Jimenez in the Mazateca Alta region of Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Costume, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Folk Costume, Costumes, Traditional Mexican Dress, Traditional Dresses, Mexican Fashion, Ethnic Fashion

Huautla Women Oaxaca

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

Raramuri (Tarahumara) woman running in the Caballo Blanco race in Chihuahua, Mexico Cherokees, Mexican People, Chihuahua Mexico, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Tribal People, Born To Run, Native American Women, Mexican Art

Huaraches

For more photos and information about Huaraches check out Huarache Blog HERE and on Tumblr HERE

 Cotton Mazatec huipil, hand-embroidered and appliqued; Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Archives. Fiduciary of the Trust of the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Museums. Source: The Brooklyn Museum Hijab Mode Inspiration, Style Inspiration, Frida E Diego, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Victoria And Albert Museum, Vogue Paris, Frida Kahlo Exhibit, Red And Gold Dress, Brooklyn

Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving

Cotton Mazatec huipil hand-embroidered and appliquéd; plain floor-length skirt. © Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Archives, Banco de México, Fiduciary of the Trust of the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Museums. (Photo: Javier Hinojosa, courtesy of V&A Publishing)

Zapotec Woman Oaxaca by Teyacapan - plaid shirting Mexico Fashion, Mexican Outfit, Hair Ribbons, Plaid Fabric, Ballet, People Around The World, Braided Hairstyles, How To Look Better, Wrap Skirts

Zapotec Woman Oaxaca

This Zapotec woman is from San Bartolome Quialana, a town near Tlacolula, Oaxaca. She wears a pink lace overblouse over her hand embroidered underblouse. Wrap skirts made from plaid fabrics are worn in several Zapotec villages in the valles centrales of Oaxaca

NOT MY PHOTO. I am posting this for a friend who wanted to see an Otomi man in traditional traje from San Pablito, Puebla. This is a crop of a well-known photo from Chloe Sayer's book "Costumes of Mexico" Mexican Traditional Clothing, Traditional Outfits, Mexican Costume, Mexican People, Book Costumes, San Pablo, Mesoamerican, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Art

Otomi People San Pablito

NOT MY PHOTO. I am posting this for a friend who wanted to see an Otomi man in traditional traje from San Pablito, Puebla. This is a crop of a well-known photo from Chloe Sayer's book "Costumes of Mexico"

This Mazatec woman from a small town in the north of Oaxaca wears a beautiful huipil. She is a skilled embroiderer as are her daughters Mexican Embroidery, Mexican Art, Small Towns, North America, Christmas Sweaters, Textiles, Daughters, How To Wear, Regional

Mazatec Woman Oaxaca

This Mazatec woman from a small town in the north of Oaxaca wears a beautiful huipil. She is a skilled embroiderer as are her daughters