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

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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.

Los huipiles se presentan en sus diversos estilos, colores y versiones. Los hay de luto, medio luto, diario, boda, gala y media gala. Cada uno de los huipiles posee características y atributos especiales que los diferencian de los demás municipios y que cuentan parte de su historia. Incluso el peinado varía en cada municipio de la región. Lo único similar en el atuendo son los huaraches, de cuero curtido.