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Brazilian Folklore Silk Scarves Collection


For Fun



These scarves are based on figures from Brazilian Folklore, something I grew up hearing about.

The boitatá is a fantastic from Guaraní mythology. It is a huge fire serpent that protects the forests and animals of the Amazon.

Mula Sem Cabeça
Mula Sem Cabeça (Headless Mule) is a woman who, in most versions of the legend, was cursed by God for her sins and condemned to transform into a mule with a pillar of fire in place of a head.

Boto Cor-de-Rosa
The legend of the Boto Cor-De-Rosa says that, in the Amazon River, there is a pink river dolphin with shapeshifting powers who seduces and impregnates young women.

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