This typical peasant blouse is embroidered by women in San Andres Larrainzar, Chiapas.
All handmade by women in the communities and using the traditinal technique of waist loom. Its people belong to an ethnic group that is culturally and linguistically Tzotzil, while forming a part of Mayan culture. The traditional costume for women consists of a white blouse made of woven wool with reddish and purple embroidery, and a dark blue skirt fitted around the waist with a red band.
This top looks awesome with slim jogger pants, front buttoned skirts, jeans, denim cut-offs, and tailored shorts. The outfit possibilities are endless!