Vestido de Escaramuza para Niña dress also includes Hair Bow
- Made in Jalisco, Mexico
Although today charreria is considered a sport, in many Mexican regions it is still a way of life that is passed from generation to generation. That’s why it is given such an important role in our country’s traditions, being perhaps one of its most authentic and beautiful. The charro shoulders the responsibility of being the prototype of nationalism, the symbol of a people’s identity that is expressed without reservations, without imitations.
The escaramuza charra was introduced years after charreria was made an official sport. Their attire models that of adelitas, women soldiers of the Mexican revolution. It features a traditional skirt, puffy shoulders, and high collared blouse and are often designed only with acceptable and traditional colors. Escaramuzas ride horses as adelitas did, with both legs to one side.
This escaramuza dress features the traditional design and shape of authentic rider dresses. No better way to pay homage to this beautiful tradition. Baptisms are usually the norm in our culture, usually a tradition that is practiced when the child is still a toddler. The baptism attire consists of white clothing because of its purity, and our escaramuza dresses are perfect for these events and to show your pride for your culture during such a special event.
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