Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade
Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade
Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade
Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

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Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

Regular price €350,00
Sale price €350,00 Regular price
Product Description
Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

The Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade is a one panel huipil with side pockets and crochet finishing on the edges; slightly open at the bottom side.

The figures represented are pine blossoms. The colors come from natural dyes made from insects and plants from the community.

This color combination is very versatile and can be used in both warm and cold months. Cotton is a material suitable for the whole year. In warm weather use it with :

sandals high heels Long thin sweater In cold season wear it with:

boots tights Sweater both under and over Shirts with wide collars or turtlenecks The word huipil comes from the Nahuatl word huipilli, which means blouse or ornate dress. The huipil speaks and has its own voice. Through each embroidery and stitch that craftsmen and craftswomen have captured in it, it tells stories and transmits feelings.

Its elaboration process begins by tangling the thread to form a warp, which is when it is ready to start weaving, the process of embroidery in the traditional backstrap loom.Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture, these small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character.

The elaboration time of the Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade takes around 5-6 weeks.

*Price do not include any accessories

Material
Measures
Care Instructions
Additional Info
100% cotton 125 cm length
60 cm width
Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade Length measurements are taken from shoulder to hem.
Width measurements are taken from one side at bust level.
Artisan
Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

William Ulises, San Juan Colorado, Oaxaca

Huipiles in backstrap loom

William Ulises started the workshop with his family, His mother taught him the art of the backstrap loom. Together with his sisters and his mother they organized themselves and founded their own workshop.

Since then they have grown sustainably and prosperously. Today there are almost 30 people, ranging in age from 25 to 60 years old, working at the workshop full time.

The artisans dedicate approximately five hours a day to this work. They can´t do more hours because on the one hand they have to take care of their families and on the other hand they have to take advantage of the natural sunlight. If the weather is bad it can be less hours. In their workshop the creation of a huipil can take up to 6–8 weeks, depending on the weather conditions. Each huipil varies according to the complexity and number of looms.

Ulises and his family are excellent people. Since I first met them they have shown nothing but kindness to me. They have invited me for dinner, showed me how they make their beautiful looms and of course shared a number of laughs with me.

They are hardworking and committed people, it is a pleasure to work with them.

Product Description

Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

The Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade is a one panel huipil with side pockets and crochet finishing on the edges; slightly open at the bottom side.

The figures represented are pine blossoms. The colors come from natural dyes made from insects and plants from the community.

This color combination is very versatile and can be used in both warm and cold months. Cotton is a material suitable for the whole year. In warm weather use it with :

sandals high heels Long thin sweater In cold season wear it with:

boots tights Sweater both under and over Shirts with wide collars or turtlenecks The word huipil comes from the Nahuatl word huipilli, which means blouse or ornate dress. The huipil speaks and has its own voice. Through each embroidery and stitch that craftsmen and craftswomen have captured in it, it tells stories and transmits feelings.

Its elaboration process begins by tangling the thread to form a warp, which is when it is ready to start weaving, the process of embroidery in the traditional backstrap loom.Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture, these small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character.

The elaboration time of the Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade takes around 5-6 weeks.

*Price do not include any accessories



Material

100% cotton


Measures

125 cm length
60 cm width


Care Instructions

Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade


Additional Info

Length measurements are taken from shoulder to hem.
Width measurements are taken from one side at bust level.

Artisan

Huipil Dress San Juan grey with multicolor brocade

William Ulises, San Juan Colorado, Oaxaca

Huipiles in backstrap loom

William Ulises started the workshop with his family, His mother taught him the art of the backstrap loom. Together with his sisters and his mother they organized themselves and founded their own workshop.

Since then they have grown sustainably and prosperously. Today there are almost 30 people, ranging in age from 25 to 60 years old, working at the workshop full time.

The artisans dedicate approximately five hours a day to this work. They can´t do more hours because on the one hand they have to take care of their families and on the other hand they have to take advantage of the natural sunlight. If the weather is bad it can be less hours. In their workshop the creation of a huipil can take up to 6–8 weeks, depending on the weather conditions. Each huipil varies according to the complexity and number of looms.

Ulises and his family are excellent people. Since I first met them they have shown nothing but kindness to me. They have invited me for dinner, showed me how they make their beautiful looms and of course shared a number of laughs with me.

They are hardworking and committed people, it is a pleasure to work with them.