The versatile textile also known as serape has been around for hundreds of years. The word “serape” refers to the traditional striped weave that makes up the popular Mexican design of today. Serape was first seen in south-eastern Mexico worn as ponchos .
Over time the serape has evolved into a more dominant design used in many collections. The serape design seen today consists of vibrant colors and different weaves used for all types of clothing. Many brands like Tasha Polizzi and Silverado used the serape pattern in their home decor and clothing line.
The serape jackets pictured above, by Silverado, are considered a staple piece for your wardrobe. The fashion hats pictured above are by Charlie 1 Horse and Greeley Hat Works.
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By: Nancy Martin