Kuna Yala (San Blas Archipelago), Panama.
In addition to the mola blouses, Kuna women wear leg wrappings made
of colorful beads arranged in geometric patterns. All girls are
initiated into adulthood with a puberty ceremony and from that day are
required to wear the traditional clothing. The tight leg wrappings
restrict muscle development in many women leaving them with
disproportionately lean calves.