Quechquémitl, a word that in Nahuatl means neck tip.
"This garment has as its main characteristic the cut of fabric, whose elaboration dates back to pre-Hispanic times. The tapún or quechqueme is a feminine garment worn by Tepehua women from the states of Hidalgo, Puebla and Veracruz. marks the main stages of the female life cycle: adolescence, marriage and death". #eldoradoinspiration
- Via: @mexicotravelchannel
- Quechques in codices
- Via: @mnamexico
- Exhibition: “El arte de la indumentaria y moda tradicional mexicana”