Zeya Hmong Hilltribe Skirt
An integral part of Hmong culture is the art of weaving. This practice unites women of the community who continue to make clothing and shoulder bags by the traditional process of hand weaving sitting on the ground using a strap loom. The intricate weaving patterns are handed down from generation to generation. Paj ntaub, or “flower cloth,” refers to textile arts traditionally practiced by Hmong people, whose distinctive embroidery consists of bold geometric designs often in bright, contrasting colors.
Made by combining meticulously hand-woven Hmong Hill Tribe fabric and cotton, this one-of-a-kind colorful gem of a skirt features brightly colored hand-embroidered patterns and fun tassels, it is a fantastic accessory to brighten up any outfit.
- Size : XS/S
- Waist : 66 - 75 cm ( stretched )
- Length : 46 cm