“Totonacos, Veracruz Mexico.”
However the woman is not wearing a Totonac costume. She’s dressed in the typical traje of San Pablito Puebla, an Otomi community famous for its amate paper and beadwork. tt’s harder to place the man’s costume of white pants and shirt, as that traje was worn all over the Sierra Madre Oriental by men of various ethnic groups - Totonac, Tepehua, Nahua, Otomi, and Huastec