Vintage ethnic blouse featuring brocaded birds and animals on a soft cotton blend fabric. This unique vintage huipil blouse was handwoven on back strap looms by Mayan women in Nebaj village and is still traditionally worn by women in highlands of Guatemala. The garment represents traditional weaving skills passed down from one generation to another. Gorgeous artwork worn by indigenous women in highlands of Guatemala now can become a unique piece to decorate your home or a top to keep you warm on chilly summer nights. The garment is featured on a M size model.
Bust (armpit to armpit) - 27" (70 cm)
Hips - 27" (70 cm) Length - 22" (56 cm)
Arm Opening - 5.5" (14 cm)
Neck Opening (diameter) - 8" (21 cm)
Condition: There are loose threads on the bottom of the fabric on one side, seen in images, and a small tear near arm opening.
Care: Machine wash cold, line dry recommended.