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Jalapa de Díaz Strapless Bustier

Nayibi México
  • $260.00
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Represent your culture with symbolic details and motifs from México. The embroidery and artisanal techniques are done in an ethical and collaborative manor with artists from various Indigenous communities in México. Each design is created by Nayibi Villarreal, an up-and-coming Mexican clothing designer from CDMX.

Get ready to be complimented in this intricate bustier. Whether you're wearing for a special event or for brunch with your amigas, you'll be getting questions about where you purchased this unique bustier! 

Details:
  • Base Fabric Color: Black with Colorful Jalapa Embroidery
  • Material(s): Cotton Embroidery, Polyester Lining 
  • Embroidery Details: Jalapa hand embroidery
  • Style: Adjustable bustier with ribbon that includes boning and cups for support
  • Please note: The embroidery will have variation as they are unique handmade pieces.
  • Care: It is recommended that you dry clean this garment.

Embroidery Details:

Jalapa embroidery is first made by drawing patterns on cloth and then using a small hoop to hand embroider the garment and bring colorful designs inspired by flora and fauna. The embroidery is native to San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.

About Nayibi México:

Originally from Morelia Michoacán, Nayibi Villareal studied fashion design at the Universidad Del Valle de México in Guadalajara, Jalisco and concluded her career at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores Innardi. Her career in the world of fashion began years ago as he has stood out in various design categories.

Nayibi México is a tribute to Mexican folklore and culture, through a palette of vibrant colors full of magic that transport us to various regions within the country where we unite art and fashion.

Nayibi designs beautiful contemporary clothing that is complimented with traditional details. She collaborates with artisans from various states like Michoacan, Guerrero, San Luis Potosi, and Chiapas.