The sarape is one of the garments of traditional Mexican men's clothing, although nowadays it has become widely used by men and women. This garment is made of cotton and wool, it is made in various regions of the country, and for this reason it is designated by different names such as tilma, charramo, jorongo, cobija and frazada. It is internationally recognized for its fine weaving technique, its design and its coloring. It wears elegantly either on foot or on horseback, folded over the shoulder. The sarape, symbol of Mexicanness was present throughout the history of Mexico. This beautiful garment accompanied the insurgents, chicanos (guerrilleros), plateados (bandidos), and dressed the patriots during wars.
Sarape-inspired print wallet. Black leather interior, one bill compartment, six card slots, one zippered coin compartment. Printed brand detail on the front. A design that will fill your days with life and color.
Measurements: 7.8" x 3.5" x 1"
Materials: leather, suede lining
Care: Carlota pieces are made with high-quality materials, and therefore should be treated with care, and protected against the elements. Due to the delicate nature of the materials, daily use can cause scratches and scuff marks on the surface, so we recommend you treat it with care. The leather is submitted to an important natural dye process, and the suede lining is pigmented with natural anilines, so we recommend that you be careful with any light-colored items that may come into contact with it.
If soiled, carefully clean the surface area using water and soft detergents. To keep your leather products in optimum condition, clean with a soft dry cloth, or, if necessary have them professionally cleaned.