Vintage Black and White Huipil Weekender Style Bag
This bag is so spacious, it will be your go-to for those much-deserved, long weekends.
It is so fun and cheerful!!! The neck is intricately embroidered with flowers and birds and trimmed in velvet.
It is made from a vintage Huipil (pronounced wee-peel). A huipil is woven on a backstrap loom, which consists of 5-6 pieces of wood and a strap that goes around the weaver's waist, making her part of the loom.
The leather used in this bag is soft and luxurious and made in Quetzaltenango, nicknamed by locals as Xela. Prounounced "She-lah", Xela leather is considered one of the finest in Guatemala.
Measures: 16. 5” H x 27” x 7.5” W
The interior is beautiful Corte (Traditional skirt worn by Mayan women.) with leather trimmed pockets and key fob.
Shoulder strap and handles included to wear different ways.
The neckline of the huipil creates round pockets front and back.
Fully handmade by an artisan family in a small workshop in Antigua, Guatemala which ensures good working conditions and a fair wage.