A kind of mantilla worn by women over the head and shoulders, and sometimes over part of the face.
These are a traditional, hand-woven Mexican carrier, and are used as scarves, pregnancy and birthing aids, and for many other purposes in addition to their use as baby carriers. Similar to an unpadded sling, except that the fabric does not have rings but is knotted together usually using a square knot. Can be used for the same carries as slings.
a long woolen or linen scarf covering the head and shoulders (also used a sling for holding a baby); traditionally worn by Latin-American women
a large shawl traditionally used by Mexican women to carry their children and parcels, in addition to many other uses
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Shawl, usually in silk; rebozo de Santa Maria and the same color as the ribbons
A rebozo is a woman's garment used in Mexico. Rectangular in shape, rebozos vary in size from 1.5 to upwards of three meters, and can be made of cotton, wool, silk, or articela. They can be worn as scarves or shawls, and women often use them to carry children and take products to the market.