Tabasco Traditional Chontal Dress The typical dress from Tabasco is usually a skirt using a flower print fabric, a white blouse, and embroidery figures in the collar and sleeves. This one in particular is a modern design from the Mayan Chontal indigenous women. They also like to wear sophisticated hairstyle with flowers. Their clothing has evolved through history; in the past before the Spanish arrived, they had a simpler apron and top.
Mazatec Huipil Oaxaca This kind of huipil is worn by Mazatec women from Jalapa de Diaz in the Mazateca Baja area of northern Oaxaca, Mexico. Just below the lace collar, you can see a small area of embroidery. Exhibited at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC