Serape sashes are brightly colored, woven textiles traditionally used as shawls or wraps in Mexican culture. The fabric is often made from wool and features a diamond-patterned design in a variety of colors. The serape sash is now often used for decorative purposes and as a symbol of Mexican heritage.
Sarape sashes are traditional Mexican shawls or wraps made of woven fabric, often wool, that feature a brightly colored, diamond-patterned design. They are widely used as a symbol of Mexican heritage and are sometimes used for decorative purposes. Sarapes are widely recognized as a symbol of Mexican culture and history.
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