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ABSOLUTELY STUNNING hand-embroidered tunic from the mountains of Guatemala. This style tunic (or huipil) was originally used in ceremonies and weddings. The detail of the embroidery is exquisite as is the floral detail on the neckline. Truly art to wear.
As a tunic, the Santa Lucia can be worn loose and has a flattering drape that isn't overpowering. We also think it's amazing when belted and worn over pants or a skirt!
In the words of our artisan partners: "It is an art that is, unfortunately, dying because the ladies are not wearing the ceremonial huipiles as much as they used to. Our weavers learned this art from their ancestors, so it is difficult to find someone who can weave and embroider in this style".
We are determined to help keep this art alive!
Hand-woven and hand-dyed cotton
Perspective of size: Tunic shape has a flattering drape, sleeves come well below shoulders. The bottom edge hits below the hips.
* Out-of-stock sizes can be made to order! Email us at email@example.com with your size request and we will have one made for you! Production and shipping time ranges from 3-4 weeks. Slow fashion is worth the wait!
Colors: Ivory, Taupe, Brown
Hand-woven and embroidered in Guatemala.
Guatemalan weavers are mainly women, who derive natural dyes for their threads from vegetables and minerals. They still use the Mayan back-strap loom along with traditional spinning and embroidery techniques.
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.
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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.