Boy's Todos Santos Suit
Undoubtedly the most colorfully costumed people in the Americas are the Highland Maya of Guatemala. While traditional native dress has disappeared in many parts of the world, Guatemala remains a place where a high percentage of the indigenous people still proudly wear their traditional dress called traje. Moreover, in Guatemala, Maya traje is village-specific or language-group related.
This traje is the typical attire of all the males who reside in isolated village of Todos Santos, a municipality in the Guatemalan department of Huehuetenango. This town is one of few places in Guatemala where indigenous men and women still wear their traditional clothing.
This traje is totally hand-made from local weavers, made only by organic materials which are locally naturally dyed. All ours materials are extremely comfortable and soft. Perfect for every kind of sensitive skin.
Material: 100% Rio Blanco Cotton.
Size: For the jacket 39cm wide x 46.5cm high x 32cm sleeves = 15.4'' wide x 18.1'' high x 12.6'' sleeves. For the trausers 30cm wide x 48cm high = 11.8" wide x 18.9" high. This usually fits a boy of 5 to 7 years old.
Care: Hand-wash in cold water, treat stains with mild detergent, lay flat to air dry.
Features: The trausers are adjustable, 30cm is the maximum length they reach.
As our products are 100% handmade, you may notice small irregularities between products, these are features resulting from the artisan nature of our techniques and materials. There may be a slight difference between the picture on our website and the product you receive at home.
We hope that you enjoy the uniqueness of your new Guatemalan textiles, however, if the product does not meet your expectations, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.