The Coco Top was inspired by the Pixar Disney movie that takes us along Miguel’s adventure to return to his family from the Land of the Dead. Each color for the Day of the Dead or Día de los Muertos has a meaning. I choose black, yellow, purple and white to represent the place of the dead, power of light and life, mourning, and innocence and purity. Although it’s called the Day of the Dead, it’s a celebration of life of one’s ancestors. So whether you’re visiting Mexico at the end of October and early November, or going about your day-to-day activities, you’ll be uniquely dressed.
This top has 2 inches of positive ease through the bust and body. If you prefer to adjust the ease within the body, and adjust the length, instructions are included. Due to all individuals having beautiful unique bodies, instructions are included for an easy adjustment for the fit around the bust and arms.