Often called Mexico's abrazo, the rebozo is the one garment that is most representative of Mexico's history and culture. Made by hand on either a backstrap loom or a pedal loom, each rebozo requires weeks of work to dye the threads, set up the looms, weave the fabric and finally knot the ends in fabulous patterns. Visit our section "Learn" to see how the rebozo is made.
Our rebozos are made of 100% hand dyed cotton, silk, or articela, a synthetic thread with the texture of silk. The most expensive and desired rebozos have many colors created through the ikat or "jaspe" dyeing process. The "punta" or fringe also determines the quality of the rebozo.