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Puebla Dresses

Puebla dresses are Mexican folk dresses. Most of them are fine mid-length daytime dresses in solid colors and adorned with some pretty colorful embroidery like flowers and birds. Their namesake comes from Puebla, Mexico. They could be complimented with ballet flats, some wedge sandals, or some espadrilles. There are Puebla dresses for various females ranging from children to adults. While Puebla dresses may lack any romantic appeal or anything body-hugging, they are comfortable and charming to wear.

So how does a Puebla dress look? Here is a picture I found:

Puebla dress
^ from: guideimg.alibaba.com - Puebla dresses are simplistic in design, yet very charming as warm weather daytime dresses.

I find Puebla dresses to be colorful and (in a way) minimalist. They are in no way overly expressive or over-the-top. The simplistic beauty of these Mexican folk dresses make them great to wear and great to be seen in. So if you want a lovely ethnic dress to wear, be sure to take a look at Puebla dresses. Find a nice pair of sandals or ballet flats to pair these Puebla dresses with.

I hope you found this to be a nice blog post. My blog posts on fashion and beauty feature various topics, even including topics like certain folk fashions of certain cultures and nations.

What do you think about Puebla dresses? Would you wear one (if you haven't already)?

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