These are my current go to everyday skirts. I love the contrast. Bright pink on navy with a wine red waistband? so cool! And the refined geometric embroidery but in such color and quantity that the effect is rich and lively. Each of them has been made with such love and attention representing days of work.
These are from a tribe in Gujarat, India where the most festive and beautiful embroidery comes from.
The waist is adjustable with a drawstring with a maximum measurement of 45 inches. The skirt is 33 inches long with a flare of a generous 109 inches.
For more great Banjara and Rabari skirts check out the skirt section of the shop!
Wonderful shawl from Chamula, Chiapas. This garment is handwoven from the little sheep that are raised in small flocks there, spun on small top style spindles and then hand embroidered. In addition to looking great it is warm and super practical. We love a poncho.
The wool that goes to make this shawls is raised locally and spun on small top style spindles. This was purchased from the woman that made it.
This is a gorgeous handwoven huipil from the Costa Chica of Oaxaca. The huipil is woven of soft hand spun cotton. The beautiful blue color is made from a a natural indigo dye. Huipiles from this region are difficult to come by and this is a fabulous example.
This was purchased from the artisan at asking price.
This one has these measurements: Chest 27.5" Length 27.5"
For more great huipils and tops from around the world check out the tops section of our shop!