by chloe sayer 1985 contents include acknowledgements chronology introduction 1~ costume before the conquest ~ central mexico, the gulf coast, the maya ~ oaxaca, guerrero and the aztec empire 2. the post-conquest heritage ~ costume in new spain 1521-1821 independence and after 1821-1917 3 ~ 20th century mexico ~ fibres, spinning and dyeing ~ weaving embroidery and other decorative techniques ~ contemporary male dress ~ contemporary female dress conclusion appendix 1 ~ the backstrap loom appendix 2 ~ weaving techniques appendix 3 ~ embroidery stitches glossary bibliography index
Mariachi T-Shirt screen printed on 100% Cotton tee
Mexico Flag Polyester 3 ft. x 5 ft
Size: XS for 3-4years height 35-40 inches S for 5-7years height 40-47 inches M for 8-10years height 47-55inches L for 11-14years height 55-62inches
Piñata pup dog costume includes jumpsuit and headpiece with colorful cascading layers on both pieces and ribbon streamers on the headpiece. Rubie's Costume Company has been bringing costumes and accessories to the world since 1950. As the world's costume leader, we take seriously the mission to make dressing up fun! Mascots, rental quality costumes, masks, wigs, accessories, shoes, and every significant licensed costume you would ever want to wear can be found under the Rubie's brand. Rubie's brings you fun for every season: Halloween, Christmas, Mardi Gras, Easter, and all in-between.
Aluminum Metal license plate 3" x 6". Any image that appears to be 3D, is a flat image. Plate is not embossed. Universal mounting slots.
Mexican Mariachi Charro Cinco de Mayo Costume Longsleeve T-Shirt screen printed on 100% Cotton tee
A land of rich cultural traditions, Mexico is divided into many different regions and each has its very own folk artistry that includes unique costumes defined by a myriad of patterns, prints and color combinations. This new paper doll book by Alina M. Kolluri takes us on a fashion journey through this fascinating country. Fun and educational, this charming book depicts 24 authentic folk costumes from 24 Mexican states, created in a naïve style that represents folk art and captures the spirit of a culture that embraces its Native American heritage as well as the influence of Spain. Page after page is filled with dresses, skirts, blouses, jackets, shawls, sombreros and accessories, from such states as Sonora, Oaxaca, Puebla, Yucatan, Durango, Baja California, and Chihuahua. A trio of pretty Mexican lady paper dolls looks delightful as they don the many varied looks from this enchanting land south of the border.