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  • n. Plural form of huipil.

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Examples

  • Beautiful handmade blouses are called huipiles that many women still wear.

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  • Known as huipiles, the long and loose tunics designed with vivid patterns of birds, flowers and geometrical shapes had for centuries identified the origin and marital status of indigenous women in Mexico and Central America.

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  • They make some nice pottery that you will not find in the town of Chamula some ceremonial huipiles and good faja as well as cheapos they sell at the tourists posts.

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  • A lot of the stuff they sell is from Guatemala and you will not find good huipiles there.

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  • I also do not dress in ceremonial Yucatecan huipiles, or beaded leather fringed suits, cheongsams, grass skirts or fireman outfits.

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  • This fair also highlights local artesanía, especially the embroidered huipiles of the region.

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  • The objects range from stuffed hummingbirds and huipiles (the traditional loose-fitting blouses Kahlo fancied), to notebooks full of her private thoughts and drawings.

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  • The women in the weaving collective produce exquisite hand-woven and embroidered huipiles (traditional blouses).

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  • Artesanía from Zapatista cooperatives available: T-Shirts, Blouses (huipiles), purses, ski masks, paliacates (bandanas) and more!

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  • One of the villages I went through, Santa Catarina Palopó, used to make their huipiles (women's blouses) predominantly in red.

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