Translates into Folkloric Dance. It is a traditional Mexican folk dance that dates back to Mexico’s 1810 War of Independence. Throughout the years, the dance’s recognition and styles have transformed. The dance is highly recognizable by the dresses worn. The women wear colorful, layered dresses meant to spread and twirl as they spin on the dance floor. Their dance partners are dressed much more modest with all-black suits similar to traditional mariachi suits.
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