The Rise of Typical Mexican Clothing
Mexico is a country rich in history and culture. The cultural richness and warmth of its people are reflected in typical Mexican clothing.
Although typical Mexican clothing has had several periods of change, it has preserved its beauty and tradition. The production of typical Mexican clothing in recent years has increased its demand considerably worldwide because garments are made by hand. Their designs, embroidery, fabrics, wideness, comfortableness, and large cuts make them very attractive.
The boom in clothing production goes hand in hand with the spread of traditions and their cultural diversity. This is part of what gives typical Mexican clothing such a special and unique touch.
At present, everything is made industrially, so a garment is made in series; Typical Mexican clothing breaks with this pattern since each garment has a different embroidery, different colours, and each piece is unique. This is something that the consumer loves, that the garment that he acquires is unique and that no one has one equal to the one acquired.
In a world where everything of natural origin is being used to a greater extent, typical Mexican clothing meets these requests; its fabrics such as cotton, linen, wool, and fibers such as agave and silk thread, as well as the dyes that are used, are natural. It is something that not only the foreigner seeks, the Mexican himself also seeks natural products.
And of course, it is not only the hand-made clothing that has increased its production in Mexico but also accessories such as hats, bags, purses, belts, earrings, necklaces, huaraches, all this also handmade with a wide variety of materials and techniques.
The fine huarache has been the type of traditional Mexican footwear for centuries. These huaraches have also been in high demand for being very comfortable and colourful. They have fostered the development of innovative designs, which have become among international designers of modern footwear.