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Hey there humans! How cool is this wall behind me? Awesome! I know! ūüôā Today I want to share this look with you, once again, weather is warm enough for me to incorporate a traditional Mexican garment into the fold, this time I’m wearing a hand woven top from Oaxaca that I got as a gift from a local online store that sells typical clothes from Oaxaca.

¬°Hola humanos! ¬Ņa poco no est√° padr√≠sima la pared de bugambilias detr√°s de m√≠? Me encanta ūüôā hoy quiero compartirte √©ste look, por fin el clima est√° lo suficientemente c√°lido para incorporar prendas tradicionales Mexicanas al juego, en √©sta ocasi√≥n estoy usando una blusa tejida a mano de Oaxaca, que me regalaron de una tienda en l√≠nea que vende ropa t√≠pica de Oaxaca (¬°gracias Raque!)

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I was really looking forward to wearing this, so as soon as it got warm enough I took it out for a spin, the desing is beautiful and it’s super fresh, you’ve no idea how much I love it, for a more contemporary look I paired it with these high waisted shorts from H&M’s conscious line that I got a couple of weeks ago, and my leather espadrilles. I think there’s always a way to incorporate traditional pieces into current outfits and making them cool again, don’t you think? Is there any traditional pieces from your country you wear?

Mor√≠a de ganas de usar √©sta blusa, as√≠ que en cuanto hizo calorcito la saqu√© a pasear, el dise√Īo del tejido es hermoso, y es una blusa de lo m√°s fresco, no tienes idea de cu√°nto la amo, para un look m√°s contempor√°neo la combin√© con √©stos shorts de cintura alta de la l√≠nea conscious de H&M que compr√© hace un par de semanas, y mis alpargatas de piel. Creo que siempre hay un modo de incorporar prendas tradicionales en looks actuales y volverlas cool de nuevo ¬Ņno? ¬Ņhay alguna prenda tradicional de tu pa√≠s que uses?

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WEARING | USANDO:
TOP QUETZALSAVI
SHORTS H&M CONSCIOUS
ESPADRILLES SHASA
SHADES SHASA
CLUTCH SAMMYDRESS
PHOTOGRAPHY | FOTOGRAF√ćA:
CLAUDIA C√ĀCERES
LOCATION | LOCACI√ďN:
AV. PASEO DEL MOLINO
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MEXICAN MINIMAL

WEARING | USANDO: HUIPIL OAXAQUE√ĎO // SFERA // PADUS // SAMMYDRESS

LIPSTICK: CHANEL ROUGE ALLURE 104 PASSION

PHOTOGRAPHY | FOTOGRAF√ćA: JORGE SORIANO

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It’s been a while since I last wore my huipil on the blog, so I though I’d sneak it in for this fall’s outfits, this time I paired it with a vegan leather jacket, and sandals, because we have a warm fall over here and I can still get away with wearing sandals some days, these amazing pictures were taken by my talented brother, I swear we had so much fun shooting that day, it was a great time, we laughed and talked and shared a moment, it’s our moment you know? when he takes pictures of me, he’s been doing it for years now, and that day we were remembering how he helped me take pictures for my first blog about 7 years ago, so if you want to see more of his work you can do it by clicking here. Don’t forget to let me know what you think of this outfit and also, if you’re a reader who doesn’t have a wordpress account you can suscribe to my mailing list at the very bottom of this page to get all my latest posts on your inbox.

Hace tiempo que us√© mi huipil en el blog, as√≠ que pens√© que lo incluir√≠a en un look para oto√Īo, en √©sta ocasi√≥n con una chaqueta de cuero vegano y sandalias, porque tenemos un c√°lido oto√Īo aqu√≠ en Aguascalientes y a√ļn puedo salirme con la m√≠a y usarlas algunos d√≠as, √©stas incre√≠bles fotos las tom√≥ mi s√ļper talentoso hermano, nos divertimos un mont√≥n tomando fotos ese d√≠a, nos reimos mucho, platicamos y compartimos un rato, ese es nuestro rato ¬Ņsabes? cuando me toma fotos, lo ha estado haciendo desde hace a√Īos, y ese d√≠a estabamos recordando c√≥mo me ayudaba con las fotos para mi primer blog hace como siete a√Īos, as√≠ que si quieres ver m√°s de su trabajo de fotograf√≠a haz click aqu√≠. No olvides suscribirte, si no tienes cuenta en wordpress lo puedes hacer yendo hasta el final de √©sta p√°gina y llenando tu correo en la forma que encontrar√°s, as√≠ tendr√°s todos mis posts en tu mail cada ma√Īana.

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HOW I INCORPORATE TRADITIONAL PIECES INTO MY EVERYDAY LOOKS

WEARING | USANDO: HAND EMBROIDERED TOP FROM OAXACA // OLD NAVY // BERSHKA // ZARA

PHOTOGRAPHY | FOTOGRAF√ćA: JORGE SORIANO

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As you may know from what I told you on thursday’s post, yesterday (September 16th) and on the 16th’s eve we celebrate our Independence Day here in Mexico, and that inspired me to collaborate with a fellow Mexican blogger on a mutual guest post where we talked about fashion in the country, now, on that post I linked back to her blog, so you could see the pictures I took and read my answers to the questions we asked each other, but as the post was only in Spanish (sorry for that) I thought that maybe some of you wouldn’t know to click through to see the details of my outfit, so here it is.

Como sabr√°n, el d√≠a de ayer (16 de septiembre) y la v√≠spera del mismo, celebramos el D√≠a de la Independencia de M√©xico, y estar viviendo “el mes patrio” me inspir√≥ a colaborar con una amiga blogger Mexicana escribiendo art√≠culos simultaneos donde ambas dabamos nuestras opiniones sobre el mundo de la moda en el pa√≠s, en ese post hab√≠a un link a su blog, donde pod√≠as ver mis respuestas a las mismas preguntas y los detalles de mi look para ese d√≠a de noches mexicanas y el Grito de Independencia, pero en caso de que algunos de ustedes no entraran a ver su blog, les dejo aqu√≠ los detalles de el outfit que seleccion√©.

Ever since I started fashion school, and especially when I took my Mexican Costume History class I started to really appreciate the hand made traditional mexican clothing, a few days ago I got this beautiful hand embroidered top from a friend, she got it in her town located in Oaxaca (UPDATE: some of you asked me here and over instagram about the top, you can get them by clicking here, she shipps internationally), and brought it home to me, I was absolutely in love with it, so I decided I’d incorporate it in my everyday wardrobe mixing this traditional Oaxacan piece with some more contemporary items such as skinnies and stilletos to keep it current, after all, we don’t want these traditions to die and get lost. So, what do you think? In case you missed it, you can click here to see how I wore the huipil my boyfriend got me earlier this year.

Desde que entr√© a la carrera de dise√Īo de modas, y especialmente despu√©s de mi materia de Historia del Vestido Mexicano, comenc√© a apreciar a√ļn m√°s la ropa artesanal mexicana, hace algunos d√≠as me lleg√≥ √©sta bell√≠sima blusa bordada a mano, regalo de una amiga (ACTUALIZACI√ďN: muchas de ustedes me preguntaron aqu√≠ y en instagram que d√≥nde las consegu√≠an, pueden hacerlo entrando aqu√≠, hacen env√≠os a todo M√©xico e Internacionales), me la trajo de su pueblo en Oaxaca, qued√© enamorada, as√≠ que decid√≠ que se volver√≠a una prenda regular en mi guardarropa, mezcl√°ndola con prendas m√°s actuales, como los skinny jeans y los tacones como √©stos, no queremos que √©stas tradiciones se pierdan y mueran. ¬ŅQu√© opinas? ¬ŅLo usar√≠as? En caso de que te lo hayas perdido, da click aqu√≠ para ver c√≥mo us√© el hermoso huipil Oaxaque√Īo que me regal√≥ mi novio a principios de a√Īo.

(UPDATED: 23/09/16)

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TRADICIONES

WEARING | USANDO: HUIPIL* // BIRKENSTOCKS

PHOTOGRAPHY | FOTOGRAF√ćA: CLAUDIA C√ĀCERES

LOCATION | LOCACI√ďN: BUCER√ćAS, NAYARIT, M√ČXICO.

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*Ok, so let me tell you a bit of the garment I’m wearing, in case you don’t know about it, it is called Huipil (pronounced we-peel)¬†it’s a traditional mexican garment for women, it’s been used since pre-hispanic times, the fabric is woven on a waist loom¬†and it can have tons of different designs and colors, mine’s made in Oaxaca but it was a gift from my boyfriend, we got it at the FONART store¬†in downtown Mexico City about a month ago, you can find their online store on the previous link with tons of artisanal products from Mexico made by talented artisans. So yeah, that’s my small lesson on huipiles.

*Ok, les voy a contar un poco sobre lo que tengo puesto en caso de que no sepan, se llama Huipil y es una prenda tradicional mexicana para mujeres, se han usado desde tiempos prehisp√°nicos, la tela se teje en un telar de cintura¬†y los dise√Īos y colores var√≠an, el m√≠o es Oaxaque√Īo y fue un regalo de mi novio, lo compramos en la tienda de FONART¬†en CDMX, cerca de la alameda y bellas artes, pero tambi√©n pueden dar click al link y ver la tienda en l√≠nea con much√≠simos productos artesanales hechos por talentosas manos mexicanas. Si quieren conocer un poco m√°s de √©sta prenda aqu√≠ les dejo un link con la historia del huipil¬†y si no, espero les haya gustado mi peque√Īa lecci√≥n sobre √©stos.