One of the things that delighted me most during my holiday were the beautiful women of South America.

Many of the native women of Bolivia and Peru still dress in traditional ways and it’s lovely to see how they still embrace skirts and color. Here are a few impressions of traditional South American style!

Threads of Peru: Traditional poncho |

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Style inspiration: the native women of South America |


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