Vintage Huipils (Niña)

Vintage Huipils (Niña)

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We uncovered three gorgeous ‘70s era girl’s huipils in an antiques market in Oaxaca city.

Like the iconic Tehuantepec huipils Frida Kahlo was most known for, these one-of-a-kind pieces were also made by the Zapotec women of the Istmo Region. Constructed by hand out of velvet and satin, each is elaborately embroidered with either a traditional floral or geometric pattern—typical motifs of this matriarchal society, and symbols of Tehuana feminine power.

Once your child has outgrown the huipil, we recommend framing it as the piece of art it is, and hanging it on the wall! Please see notes below regarding size, etc.

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SIZE: Each vintage huipil is one of a kind. Flat measurements (Blue Floral): 24" bust, 13.5" shoulder, 17" length. (Purple Geometric): 29" bust, 13" shoulder, 13" length. (Maroon Floral): 28" bust, 12" shoulder, 13.5" length. 

RETURNS + EXCHANGES: We are happy to refund full-price items that are unwashed and undamaged, with original tags and packaging, within 14 days of the original date of purchase. All sales are otherwise final after 14 days. We cannot exchange clothing from our handmade collection, because they are one of a kind. Please carefully consider all details of a handmade item before making your purchase—we are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please see our full Returns + Exchanges policy for more information.