Details about Rare Vintage Child's Mexican Toddler Boy Embroidered Shirt Gaucho Pants MariachiRare Vintage Child's Mexican Toddler Boy Embroidered Shirt Gaucho Pants Mariachi See original listing
“Excellent condition! Appears to be unworn.”
01 Dec, 2013 23:14:54 GMT
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Rare Vintage Toddler Boy's Mexican Outfit
Excellent condition, both pieces appear to be unworn.
Adorable Shirt and Pants
Beautiful, vibrant embroidery on both pieces
The pants are possibly gauchos (short pants) The pants have tie at waist. I'm not sure if this was a costume meant to wear over something. As you can see in photos, there is a bit of a gap just below where the pants tie so something would need to be worn underneath.
No labels, unsure of size but by looking at them, guessing they would be around a 2T (please check measurements)
Underarm to Underarm: 11" (22" doubled)
Waist: 11.5" (23" doubled)
Back (shoulder to shoulder) 11"
Sleeve (from shoulder) 8.75"
Length (nape of neck to hem) 12.75"
Waist: 21" (can expand a few inches due to tie closure)
The fabric feels like a heavy linen
These were acquired from an estate where the lady's father had these vintage Mexican clothes packed away for years. I am unsure of the exact age of these pieces but would estimate they are from the 1940's-1950's.