There is a relaxed elegance to these unique blouses. You can feel the love and care that goes into making them. The detail and texture are exquisite ~ by far the softest linen we have ever felt!
The traditional brocade designs in our Kahlo Mexican blouses date back to the year 600 and have been used in ceremonial dress since the Classical Maya period. The artisans who weave these blouses work in a cooperative in Mexico whose mission is to preserve an ancient art form and empower the 600 women and 200 men artisans to thrive as sustainable members of the global marketplace. These artist-entrepreneurs are self-employed, pay their children's school fees, support local health clinics and are leaders in their community.
At Larkin Lane, Lark hand selects authentic textiles and collaborates with Mexican artisansin the design of each product. Your purchase supports these craftsmen and women. Thank you for the role you play in keeping global textile traditions alive!
• Embroidered neck and cap sleeves
Perspective of Size: Cap-like sleeves hit just past the shoulders and bottom-edge sits at or below hips
* Runs small! Extra Small: Fits Size 0-2
Materials Materials: Linen Made in Mexico
Colors: French Blue
Features • Hand-stitched and hand-embroidered • Side slits for flexible movement • Natural Fibers
Our Mexican brocade pieces come from an artist cooperative dedicated to preserving Mayan traditions. They are leaders in their community, employing more than 500 people.
Read more about our talented Artisan Partners here.
You may return or exchange your items within 14 days of your purchase. We offer free returns on apparel.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
To read our full exchange and return policy, click here.
Lark hand selects authentic textiles and collaborates with artisan partners in the design of each product. Your purchase supports these craftsmen and women. Thank you for the role you play in keeping global textile traditions alive.