An exhibition of traditional Mexican dancing, which also happens to show off some traditional Mexican clothing.
By: Chad Melius
Clothing worn by people in Mexico today differs little from that worn by people in the United States. However, due to the often oppressive heat, lighter clothing, both in color and in style, is typically chosen.
Traditional Mexican clothing in still worn in holiday celebrations, and you will also see it in areas frequented by tourists. It is a blend of both American Indian and Spanish styles, as are the people themselves. The most easily-recognized symbol is the sombrero, worn almost exclusively by men. Read more …