Chiapas Blouse/Blusa, Mexico - 22.5" W x 25" L
Chiapas Blouse/Blusa, Mexico - $50
22.5" Wide (Measured from arm pit to arm pit, with garment laid flat; double the width for full bust measurement)
47" Around hem
25" Long (shoulder to hem)
This ecru blouse made of cotton (manta) is beautifully embellished with tan floral hand-embroidery on the front, and three quarter length sleeves. The neck is edged with a scallop blanket stitch. The cuffs are trimmed with hand stitching. Tassel tie closures at the neck and cuffs add the finishing touch.
Perfect for an evening event, or casual afternoon outing. Express your own style. Rock it with shorts, capris, or jeans and boots or sandals. Give it a boho flavor by pairing it with a long skirt. Change up the look with a belt or sash.
Chiapas blouses are hand-made by the local Maya women artisans in Chiapas, located in southern Mexico. Though fashioned in a contemporary style, these blouses include embroidered designs rooted in local history and mythology, linking deep cultural traditions to the modern world. In this matriarchal society, the women play a crucial role in the economy through the creation of these beautiful garments.
Because these items are hand-crafted by local artisans using traditional techniques, slight variations may occur.