Vintage Royal Blue Top, L - XL

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Large to XL 
Approximate measurements:

26.5 inches wide

53 inches wide (all around)
26 inches long

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    • Color: Royal blue, a deep and rich shade, evokes luxury and sophistication. It pairs beautifully with a range of other colors.
    • Embroidery: The chest area features intricate embroidery in red, green, white, orange, yellow, blue, and purple hues. Each flower symbolizes different aspects of life and nature.
    • Fit: Boxy, loose and comfortable, allowing for ease of movement.
    • Fabric:   Rayon and mercerized cotton. 

Styling Tips for Your Royal Blue Huipil:

  1. Elegance with White: Pair your royal blue huipil with white bottoms—such as wide-leg pants or a flowing skirt—for a fresh and elegant look. White accessories, like beaded necklaces or silver earrings, enhance the ensemble.
  2. Bold and Red: To make a statement, combine your huipil with red accessories. Red nails or lipstick can add a pop of color. Gold jewelry complements this vibrant combination.
  3. Earth Tones: Earthy shades like olive green or brown create a harmonious look. Consider leather sandals or woven espadrilles for a grounded feel.
  4. Bohemian Vibes: Layer your huipil over denim shorts or distressed jeans. Add a floppy hat and chunky bracelets for a boho-chic style.
  5. Contrast with Yellow: Yellow accessories—such as a clutch or sandals—contrast beautifully with royal blue. Yellow represents the sun and energy2.

Care Instructions:

  • Hand Wash: Due to the delicate embroidery, hand wash your huipil in cold water using mild detergent.
  • Air Dry: Lay it flat to dry, avoiding direct sunlight.
  • Storage: Fold it gently and store in a cool, dry place to preserve the fabric and colors.

Cultural Significance:

  • The huipil is more than clothing; it’s a visual representation of indigenous culture, craftsmanship, and resilience. Worn by Mayan women, it carries stories and symbology.
  • The word “huipil” comes from the Náhuatl word “huipilli,” meaning “my covering.” It has been part of ceremonial and everyday life for centuries.
  • When you wear this huipil, you honor tradition, sustainability, and the interconnectedness of global fashion choices. 

Feel free to embrace the beauty of your royal blue huipil, knowing that it holds both cultural heritage and ecological consciousness!