One of the most fabulous dresses from the Kuchi people of Afghanistan. These take about two months of daily work to produce. Like something out of a psychedelic fairy tail. A wonderful flare makes it great for dancing.
The skirt portion is burn-out style rayon velvet, and the top is a patchwork of embroidered and beaded cotton.
44" long and 18" wide across the chest under the armpits. Goes on over the head.
This is a phenomenal handwoven huipil from the Amuzgo people of Guerrero. It is made of hand spun cotton in it's natural colors. Great color palette and design. This huipil is a masterpiece of an accomplished artisan and a heirloom garment.
This one has these measurements: Chest 24" Length 43.5"
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