Vintage Purple Satin Huipil, L to 1X

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PRE LOVED in good condition.

Approximate Measurement: 

Armpit to armpit 30 Inches wide

60 Inches all around

29 Inches long 

 Check Sizing Guide – Saviaguate


      • This beautiful huipil is a vintage collectible piece of wearable folk art. It hails from the heart of Guatemala.
      • Crafted by skilled artisans, the huipil features a light purple satin fabric adorned with intricate machine embroidery. The collar boasts delicate purple flowers, while silver and clear beads grace the neckline and sleeves.
      • The overall silhouette is boxy and relaxed, making it comfortable for various occasions.
    1. Cultural Significance:

      • The huipil is a symbol of Guatemalan culture and heritage. It reflects the rich history, traditions, and craftsmanship of the Mayan people.
      • Each stitch and bead carries stories of generations past, connecting wearers to their roots and celebrating their identity.
    2. Care Instructions:

      • To preserve this treasure, follow these care guidelines:
        • Hand wash gently: Use mild soap and cold water.
        • Avoid harsh chemicals: Keep it away from bleach or strong detergents.
        • Air dry: Lay it flat to maintain its shape.
        • Store carefully: Protect it from direct sunlight and humidity.
    3. Styling Tips:

      • Casual Chic: Pair the huipil with jeans or leggings for a relaxed yet stylish look.
      • Bohemian Vibes: Layer it over a tank top or dress for a boho-inspired ensemble.
      • Statement Piece: Let the huipil shine by keeping other accessories minimal.
    4. Sustainable Fashion:

      • By wearing this vintage huipil, you contribute to sustainable fashion. Repurposing and appreciating existing garments reduce the environmental impact of fast fashion.
      • Remember that each thread tells a story, and by wearing it, you honor the hands that created it.
    5. Craftsmanship:

      • Crafting a Mayan repurposed huipil is a labor-intensive process. Artisans spend many hours weaving, embroidering, and adding intricate details.
      • The result is not just a garment; it’s a piece of living history.

    Remember, sustainable fashion isn’t just about what we wear—it’s about the stories we carry and the impact we make.