Archive for the ‘guayabera’ Category

Maroon men’s 1960’s Guayabera shirt by Haband

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Structured but still comfortably-cut Guayabera shirt in maroon color with white accents down either side on the front and a total of four pockets.   What’s interesting about this is that the waistband edging is not straight across, but it has a gradual, gentle angle to it and is accented by evenly-spaced small maroon buttons.  Added bonus:  The bottom pockets are especially nice and roomy!  Click here for more information and views.

 

 

1960’s white short-sleeved Guayabera shirt

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Before the more relaxed and open-collared Guayabera shirt, there was the style with the button-down collar.  We think this is a really interesting, simple style in a lightweight fabric with subtle gold decoration for day or night wear.  Click here for more views and sizing information.

1980’s Men’s Yuca Guayabera shirt

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

This shirt jumped out (figuratively, not literally) because of its simple and light color scheme.  White lightweight polyester and combed cotton blend with gold and green embroidered flowers.   This shirt was made in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, the tag has a great stepped pyramid on it and the fabric content is listed in Spanish!  And yes, we did verify on Google Translate that “algodon peinado” means “combed cotton”.  Click here for more details!

SKU #26650