The traditional brocade designs in our Mexican blouses date back to the year 600 and have been used in ceremonial dress since the Classical Maya period. The artisans who weave these blouses work in a cooperative aimed at preserving Mexican textile traditions while creating income for their families.
There is a relaxed elegance to these unique blouses. You can feel the love and care that goes into making them!
At Larkin Lane, Lark selects each textile from the artisans themselves. Your purchase helps to preserve a centuries old textile tradition and creates income for families in need. Thank you!!
Hand-loomed and hand-embroidered "huipil" or blouse from Guatemala. This gorgeous blouse has its origins in Mayan culture, but it couldn't be more chic or modern for today's woman! Pair it...
Silk ikat meets the bolero jacket! Chic lines and a unique color combination make for a stunning "forever piece". Pair it with black pants, skinny jeans and heels, or throw it...
From day into evening, our silk ikat jacket stands out in a crowd. Pair with jeans, dressy pants, or throw over a cocktail dress, this stunner makes a statement! Handmade...