A complete labor of love. This jacket is made from a repurposed Balochi ceremonial dress and a denim jacket. The front is densely embroidered then beaded and adorned with metal beads, glass beads, bone beads, buttons and real old coins. The shell buttons are American from the early 1900s.
The bust of the jacket is about 38 inches Sleeves are 25 inches long the jacket itself is 15 inches long The jacket is a designer label and has a bit of stretch to it.
A portion of each sale goes to support women’s craft collectives, microfinance projects in India, Africa and Afghanistan that we hand-pick and Carbon Fund to offset our carbon footprint.
A gorgeous handwoven huipil from the Amuzgo people of Guerrero. It is made of hand spun cotton in it's natural colors. Truly masterful weaving and a very special garment. This huipil is a masterpiece of an accomplished artisan.
This one has these measurements: Chest 29" Length 51"
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