Frida In A Brown And Green Tehuana Mexican Traditional Dress
by Danita Art
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Tehuana attire is a traditional dress of the Zapotec culture in Central Mexico. Frida adopted it in solidarity of the Tehuanas, Powerful matriarchs who rule in the markets and home finances, taunt men when they visit their markets and know to use their astonishing looks to their advantage.
Her halo is made out of collage paper and paper flowers in her head and a beautiful leafy dress, in tune with mother nature. The way the Zapotec culture likes things to be.