A Huipil is the traditional garment worn by indigenous Mayan women. The tunic is made from one rectangular piece of fabric with an opening for the head, and the sides sewn together. This fabric is woven on a backstrap loom in Santiago and decorated by embroidery also in Santiago. The piece is a spectacular example of traditional Mayan dress made to modern taste.
soft to touch, 60% cotton 40% rayon, toxin free
hand woven in Santiago Atitlán
hand wash, dry clean and air dry