Hand Embroidered Cotton Long Huipil in Blue by Artisans from Montana Amuzga in Guerrero

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In 1999, Lucía Emma Cazales starts a family business in the State of Morelos to support the less fortunate peasants. She dedicated to the growing of agave, with the idea in mind of creating a 100% handmade product. Under the same principle, due to her love for the Mexican handicrafts, which have a huge richness in several areas, and focusing in the textile industry, she decided to support different groups of artisans from different regions of the Mexican Republic to give their products some recognition. This blue huipil belongs to the collection made by artisans from Costa Chica of Guerrero and Oaxaca. It has fine black hand-embroidered lines. Made in loom and of 100% cotton. The Costa Chica region of Guerrero and Oaxaca is characterized for being an authentic town due to their identity and values reflected in their traditions. The huipil is the most common type of clothing among Mexican indigenous women. Its importance as womenswear is extraordinary and expresses great skills and creativity during its manufacture.

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In 1999, Lucía Emma Cazales starts a family business in the State of Morelos to support the less fortunate peasants. She dedicated to the growing of agave, with the idea in mind of creating a 100% handmade product. Under the same principle, due to her love for the Mexican handicrafts, which have a huge richness in several areas, and focusing in the textile industry, she decided to support different groups of artisans from different regions of the Mexican Republic to give their products some recognition.