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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.

Janitzio, Michoacán. Native Americans and compassionate people are the real masters of earth 4 life, conquerors are just robots 4 murder and genocide, wake up world and don't support evil in any way, go vegan and self-sufficient, dammebleustartgat...

Vestimenta tradicional de Guerrero, Mexico...- for more of Mexico visit www.mainlymexican

Mexican Costume Guerrero This huipil and enredo (wrap) skirt are worn by the Nahua women from Acatlan, Guerrero Mexico. The doll is wearing a miniature version of the same traje. This was part of an exhibition at the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City, Mexico

Tehuana Traje Oaxaca by Teyacapan, via Flickr

Huichol Embroidery Colorful embroidery adorns the clothing of Huichol artisans attending the 2010 Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico

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.

China Poblana -- Collection of the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City.