Our Esperanza blouse is the perfect go-anywhere top for spring. We love this dressed up with mules or flats for a casual dinner. The dress is made of 100% cotton. The blouse has a v-neck with large princess sleeves with a loose elastic finishing. The piece is hand-embroidered with vines and butterflies by artisans in Zinacntán, a community in Chiapas.
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Our model is 5'9.5" and the dress is 45" from shoulder to hem.
Chiapas is the southernmost Mexican state bordering Guatemala known for its mountainous highlands, Mayan history, and its bright colored embroidery, and weaving that comes from the pre-Hispanic heritage times. With three main indigenous groups, it is estimated that 56% of the population speaks indigenous language.
The women of Chiapas’ are known for their traditional hand-embroidery and woven cloth by backstrap loom. Passed down from generation to generation, the girls often learn to embroider before they learn to speak Spanish. Mi Golondrina is proud to partner with over 300 artisans in Chiapas today.
Due to the intricate embroidery work, we recommend dry clean only.