Reflection of Mexico: 32 bright photos of beauty contest contenders (33 photos)

23 April 2024
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Beauty pageants have long been an annual event in many countries, but every year they attract fewer and fewer spectators.





The same girls, the same tasks, the same speech about world peace. Beauty competitions are no longer something amazing and exciting. But not in Mexico. The organizers of the Miss Mexico 2020 contest and the girls have outdone themselves and destroyed all stereotypes. They tried to add the flavor of the country to the competition, to show its features and advantages. The leaders of the competition created for each girl a certain role, characteristic of the region where she comes from.

There was an amazing photo shoot and a great advertisement for those who are still thinking about Mexico as a holiday destination. Interestingly, the competition lasts not just one day, but more than six months; it includes various tests for the participants. The final of the competition is coming soon, namely July 3, 2021. It's time to get to know the contenders and decide who to root for. We will not only show spectacular photographs of the contestants, but also tell you why the designers chose such outfits for them, because each one has a hidden meaning.

Miss Yucatan, Ana Paulina Rivero



The peninsula is famous for various reasons: there are beautiful cenotes here, a meteorite landed here that destroyed the dinosaurs, and of course, the Mayans lived here. The latter valued gold very much and had a tradition of decorating figurines of gods with this metal. Therefore, they made a golden dress in Indian style for Ana.

Miss Aguascalientes, Ximena Hita



This state is famous for its hot water springs, along the banks of which unusual tropical flowers grow.

Miss Baja California, Daniela Pedrosa



This narrow peninsula state is a tropical paradise on the Pacific Ocean and a favorite vacation spot for Mexicans.

Miss Baja California Sur, Diana Ramirez



Another part of the California peninsula, but it is divided into rocky shores and desert areas where huge cacti grow.

Miss Chiapas, Rocio Carrillo



The name of the state was given by the indigenous Chiapa people, who formerly settled high in the mountains. Rocio is wearing a dress that is similar to the traditional clothes of the women of the tribe, but slightly altered by modern designers in a new inspiring way.

Miss Chihuahua, Isela Serrano



It was no coincidence that the photographers chose the bright red color and the ancient fortress as the background and design on the girl’s shield - all this symbolizes the Mogollon culture with its rich history.

Miss Ciudad de Mexico, Jessica Farjat



Jessica's outfit is associated with the Aztecs who lived in this region, and the warrior's kneeling pose tells the story of Tenochtitlan. This city was the capital of the Aztecs, and in the 1500s it was also the largest and most populous in the world, until the conquerors seized power.

Miss Coahuila, Georgina Vargas



The girl’s outfit is decorated with skulls for a reason. In former times, many different tribes lived on the lands of this state, but the most famous was the tribe that gave its name to the region. They were barbarians and headhunters, and therefore brought fear to the entire area.

Miss Colima, Daniela Ramirez



This state is famous for the largest shoe factories, which is why Daniela’s dress is decorated with traditional sandals called “huaraches.”

Miss Durango, Caroline Thomas



The state of Durango is truly amazing. 85% of its territory is covered with such dense forests and high mountains that no one lives there. But the remaining 15% is used for farming and raising livestock. People use their opportunities so wisely that the state leads in agriculture.

Miss Estado de Mexico, Perla Franco



The Aztecs also inhabited the territory of this state, but its main attraction lies elsewhere - the huge butterfly museum.

Miss Guanajuato, Georgina Villanueva



This is one of the largest states in Mexico with large modern cities and small ghost towns that have long since been abandoned. Guanajuato has a rich history and many legends about the world of spirits. The museum of mummies of the same name is especially impressive.

Miss Guerrero, Isabel Ruiz



Isabelle's dress seems to be covered with bright stones, and this is not at all accidental. The state of Guerrero is a leader in the mining of silver and precious stones. There you can not only relax on the coast, but also buy a variety of silver jewelry as a souvenir of beautiful Mexico.

Miss Hidalgo, Hacklyn Gomez



Photographers and designers embodied an interesting idea in Hacklin’s outfit, namely the image of a large green quezal bird. It is found only in Mexico and was deified by the Indians in past times.

Miss Jalisco, Mariana Macias

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Many attributes of Mexican culture originate in this state. For example, tequila drink, sombrero, mariachi music and bullfighting.

Miss Michoacan, Carolina Vidales

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More than 500 years ago, this was the land of the Purépecha Indians, whose culture and folklore are still visible in local traditional dress.

Miss Morelos, Maria Fernanda Hatterer

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Maria's colorful dress and accessories are associated with the costumed Chinelos dancers who take part in carnivals and festivals.

Miss Nayarit, Lupita Nyong'o

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In addition to the bright colors of the most cheerful region of Mexico, the organizers of the competition wanted to say that the country has more than 1,400,000 inhabitants of African descent and they are the same full citizens of the country as the indigenous Mexicans.

Miss Nuevo Leon, Evelyn Alvarez

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For a long time, this particular state was a haven for the Spaniards and Portuguese, and their cultural characteristics took root well among the local population.

Miss Oaxaca, Sabrina Gongora

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The traditional dress of the people of Oaxaca consists of colorful skirts and blouses, as well as large headdresses in the Chinese style. At the same time, brocade patterns are necessarily embroidered on plain fabric.

Miss Queretaro, Valeria Ruiz

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This is the most important state for the entire Mexican people, because it was here that resistance and the desire to overthrow the European colonists arose, and with this the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence began.

Miss Quintana Roo, Regina Gonzalez

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Quetzalcoatlus is clearly shown in Regina's outfit. This is a divine flying serpent that was worshiped by many Indian tribes.

Miss Sinaloa, Elizabeth Vidanha

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The Yaqui Indians who live in this part of Mexico love to dance. One of the most popular dances is called the “Dance with Deer” and this is the image shown in the costume.

Miss Sonora, Airam Ortiz

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The “Deer Dance” is also popular in the state of Sonora among local tribes. The pose in which the photographer captured Ayram is exactly from this dance.

Miss Tabasco, Gildy Reyes

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Many people know that a very hot sauce was invented in this state. But few people know that there are a large number of national parks where jaguars and ocelots live in abundance.

Miss Tamaulipas, Naila Navarro

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The name of the state can be translated as “where they pray a lot,” so Naili’s outfit is similar to the one women wear to temples and cathedrals.

Miss Tlaxcala, Phaedra Alpies

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The state emblem features an eagle with outstretched wings, which represents the spirit of a free nation and vigilance towards enemies. A good analogy with a dress.

Miss Veracruz, Andrea Munguia

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This is one of the most visited resort states, where you can enjoy hikes in parks, historical sites, or just listen to traditional tunes with a guitar.

Miss Zacatecas, Karina Roman

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It is a mountainous state with no major rivers, but the air is so humid that the mountains are surrounded by green meadows. The name of the state can be translated as “people living on grass.”

Miss Puebla, Valerie Bartsch

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Cities throughout the state are believed to have been built by Spanish conquistadors, although there is no clear evidence for this. What's interesting in this photo is not so much the outfit as the background. This is the huge pyramid of Tlachihualtepetl, which is twice the size of the Egyptian pyramids.

Miss San Luis Potosi, Daniela Sanchez Acosta

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The girl is dressed in a dress reminiscent of the plumage of a red macaw, a parrot that has long been sacred to the Indian tribes of Mexico.

Who would you give the crown and first place to?


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