Serapes began as masculine attire, with the Mexican serape serving as a common garment worn by people of all lifestyles; woven serapes were traditionally worn by the lower classes, while cotton and dyes were considered luxury garments. Pancho Villa wore one!

Serapes began as masculine attire, with the Mexican serape serving as a common garment worn by people of all lifestyles; woven serapes were traditionally worn by the lower classes, while cotton and dyes were considered luxury garments. Pancho Villa wore one!

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Pulquería El Vaseo by Mexican Photographer Agustín Víctor Casasola (28 de julio de 1874 - 30 de marzo de 1938).

Pulquería El Vaseo by Mexican Photographer Agustín Víctor Casasola (28 de julio de 1874 - 30 de marzo de 1938).

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Mexican beauty Linda Darnell - www.mainlymexican... #Mexico #Mexican #calendar girl #women #beauties #photography

Mexican beauty Linda Darnell - www.mainlymexican... #Mexico #Mexican #calendar girl #women #beauties #photography

DIY Furniture | Remember those monstrous box television sets? Breathe new life into one by turning it into a console table!

DIY Furniture | Remember those monstrous box television sets? Breathe new life into one by turning it into a console table!

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