Mexican ClothingInformation on Mexican Clothing
Traditional Mexican Dress is one of the most popular Mexican garments for women.
This dress has a loose fit, beautiful traditional or modern Mexican embroidery, short sleeves and it is usually white, even though it can be found in almost any color.
The Huipil is a traditional Mayan blouse (traditional Mexican peasant blouse) which is the foundation of many modern and postmodern Mexican blouses and tunics such as: the Mexican gypsy blouses, Mexican fiesta blouses, Angel blouse, Chipas blouse, Oaxacan blouse, Puebla blouses, Chipas tunics, Mazorka, etc.
Mexican Baja Jacket is a hooded jacket sweater with a single large pocket on the front. These Mexican jackets are made with a variety of different materials however most often they are made with cotton, polyester and acrylic.
Due to their cool design and colors, Mexican Baja hoodies are very popular among teenagers, young people and Hippie subculture.
The Huaraches are traditional Mexican sandals made from woven leader. These very comfortable and practical Mexican sandals have been very popular in Mexico for centuries, and it the last 50 years they became popular in the United States as well in other countries.
The Rebozo is one of the trade marks of the traditional Mexican clothing. It is rectangular in shape and its length can be 1.5m to 3m or even longer. Traditionally, Mexican women used the rebozo for carrying children, goods, groceries to the market, etc.
Nowadays it is used by middle and upper class as shawl or a scarf or just as an ornament. This is the reason why the price of the rebozos ranges from few dollars to few hundred of dollars or even more. The rebozo can be made of wool, cotton, articela or silk.
Sombrero is probably the most famous Mexican trademark when it comes to Mexican garments. Sombrero is a traditional Mexican hat with large brim and high pointed crown.