Intricately beaded headwrap originally from the Maya village San Antonio Palopó on the coast of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Inspired by Lake Atitlan, gorgeous green and blue-tone weavings traditional to this area make for a unique textile to work with. Whether you want to style your hair in the traditional indigenous way or you want to use it as a belt wrapped around a flowy dress, there are endless options in ways to style your tocoyal.
Light weight perfect for summer! Stand out at your next event, music festival, or rock it with skinny jeans for a memorable date-night look. Fun to wear, it will quickly become a favorite in your wardrobe.
Every Hiptipico item is handmade by Maya artisans which produces one-of-a-kind variations. This makes them uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made accessories. * Coloring will vary slightly
Give Back: Your purchase provides a dignified job opportunity to female artisans in rural Guatemala, aiding in their quest to escape poverty.
This item is in stock in our US-based warehouse and delivery is approximately 7 - 10 days. Please allow extra transit time for international destinations.
≫ ≫ Due to the handmade nature of this product, color and patterning will vary slightly from image. This is part of Hiptipico's unique charm, no two items are the same.
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If you are unsatisfied with the variation of the item you receive, we are happy to work with you to exchange for a similar item we have in stock. Please note that the exact item you ordered may no longer be available.
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Origin: San Antonio Palopó
Ethnicity Maya Kaqchiquel
María lives and creates her magnificent handicrafts in San Antonio Palopó with a group of women weavers. To reach a larger market, the women travel everyday by public transportation to get to Panajachel to sell her handmade items by foot. Without a stand or locale, María carries most of her items on her head and walks the streets looking for potential shoppers. Working 7-days a week, María is extremely innovative and eager to discuss exclusive designs and customizable products for new customers.Shop Maria's collection!