From modern interpretations of Aztec apparel to authentic depictions of ethnic folk ensembles, these four dolls and their wardrobe of 22 outfits recapture the vibrant history of Mexican folk dance costumes. Serapes, sombreros, embroidered blouses and skirts, and other colorful garments include a wedd... read more
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From modern interpretations of Aztec apparel to authentic depictions of ethnic folk ensembles, these four dolls and their wardrobe of 22 outfits recapture the vibrant history of Mexican folk dance costumes. Serapes, sombreros, embroidered blouses and skirts, and other colorful garments include a wedding dance costume from Veracruz, a Zapotec gown from Oaxaca, and other regional attire. Notes on the costumes explain their origins and influences.
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