Women's Day of the Dead Gown
Just because you are dressing for the dead doesn't mean you can't look good while doing it. The Women's Day of the Dead Gown comes with a long black dress and a veil. Dia de los Muertos is a festival celebrated in Mexico on Nov. 1 and 2 where families honor their dead relatives and ancestors. It was first celebrated in pre-Christian times by the native Mexicans who believed that dead return to their families once a year to basically party with their living relations. Christian missionaries took over the holiday and changed it to make it fit more with the religion. Those who celebrate the holiday believe that death is only one step in a journey and is not the end. Continue this lovely tradition of honoring your ancestors by purchasing this dress. Necklace is not included.
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