Aztec clothing is the clothing that was worn by the Aztecs, as well as other pre-
Columbian peoples of central Mexico who shared similar cultures.
Ancient Aztec clothing, that is, the clothing worn by the tribes that made up the
Aztec empire (such as the Mexica people), was rich in variety. As we shall see, ...
The clothing worn by the Aztec Male was simple and designed for their climate
and environment. Their underwear at the time were loincloths called Maxtl and if
What clothes did Aztec children wear? Not a lot! No footwear, no underwear,
nothing fancy, not much more than a simple top. About all that changed when you
Aztec women wore sleeveless blouses and wraparound skirts. Nobles dressed in
brightly coloured cotton clothes ...
Aztec clothing was made from cotton and fiber, extracted from Maguey Cactus
leaves. Women played the important role of weaving clothes using fiber, and they
With the art of clothes making an important craft of the ancient Aztecs, however, it
is no wonder ... The capes were generally worn knotted over just one shoulder.
Life for the typical person living in the Aztec Empire was hard work. ... What did
the Aztecs wear for clothes? The Aztec men wore loincloths and long capes.
Dress was an important part of Aztec religion and daily life. ... The leaders wore
the cotton clothing and the peasants had to use the maguey fiber. Tropical bird ...
The dress of women was more variable. Mayan women wore skirts with or
without a scarf tied to cover their breasts, and Aztec and Inca women wore