How to design a super cute wedding dress with a textile theme
Textiles are used extensively throughout Peru, and they’re also a big part of many indigenous communities.
But, because of the high cost of raw materials, textiles are mostly used to create specialties such as wedding dresses, which have become very popular in the past few years.
In the mid-20th century, Peru was an industrial nation that produced a lot of cotton, wool and rubber.
Today, it’s a country that has been experiencing rapid economic growth thanks to the boom in its mineral wealth.
But as Peru’s economy has grown and its people have moved on, the country has become increasingly dependent on raw materials.
Many of the textiles used in the production of this wedding dress were purchased in the late 1980s and 1990s by local companies, such as Peruvian Textile Manufacturers Association, or PACMA.
PACMA has produced some of the most affordable wedding dresses in the world.
And it’s now the industry leader in the country.
Here’s how to make the most out of the cost of your textiles.