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huipiles. Pronounced "wee peel." My mom was in the Peace Corps in Guatemala in the 68 and worked with Indian women who wore these. They were facinated by her long blonde hair.

Tehuantepec Clothing Mexico Magnificent huipil and skirt from the Tehuantepec area of Oaxaca. Hand embroidered in the typical "large flower" style of Tehuantepec.

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