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Luzbel devil costume; large black velvet sequinned tunic (part b), with matching pants (part c). The tunic has a long body, long-sleeves and a large collar. The front has a v-neck with ties, and a large sequinned devil head in light blue, red and other colours, with an upside-down trigon and two triangle designs directly below. The back has a large red and silver diamond design, flanked by two smaller red with multi-coloured devils. Below, snaking sequinned rainbows across the middle and bottom sections of the tunic, with the lower section between bands of sequins and wrapping around to the front. The large floppy collar is completely covered in stripes of sequins. Each sleeve covered in various sequinned designs, with fully sequinned cuffs. The black velvet pants have an elastic waist, and short gold fringe around the pant cuffs.

History Of Use

Devil masks and costumes are performed during the Christmas pastorelas in Tocuaro, Mexico.

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