This was over a shop devoted to the sale of serapes and other dry goods.
So they hated him fervently and wrapped themselves in their serapes.
Some shoulders are covered by serapes, and some by the more graceful and toga-like manga.
The other three women were sleeping as best they could in the carriage, smothered in serapes.
Sticks used in supporting the warp in the weaving of serapes.
Serapes, faded and bright, of all hues and textures, were in evidence everywhere.
Even the stalking three drew their serapes closer, and shivered a little.
The habit the Mexicans had of wrapping their serapes so high that they were covered to the nose was fortunate at this time.
The men, protecting themselves as well as they could with cloaks and serapes, rarely spoke.
Crimson serapes in the distance resemble drops of blood on the great cloth of plain.