Mi Golondrina
Flor de Maguey Angel Marino

$245

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DETAILS


A soft, classic cotton pullover blouse with subtle stitching around the neckline. The stitches are created using an antique sewing machine, producing a very fine line that is reminiscent of a vintage style of stitching. The circles on the blouse represent the planting of the Maguey, an agave plant that is ubiquitous in Mexico, particularly in Oaxaca. 



FIT GUIDE


Fits true to size and is designed for a loose fit. Fits comparably to our Classic Flores Style.


Length from shoulder to hem: 
Small: 26.5"
Medium: 27.5"
Large: 28"




ARTISAN COMMUNITY


This blouse is made by artisans in the community of  Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec.  Tlahui is in a beautiful mountainous area of Oaxaca, about two hours west of the city of Oaxaca.   The artisans use a sewing machine to create these designs that feature indigenous elements from the region.   The traditional design of the shirt is done on manta, a thick Mexican cotton.  



CARE


Due to the intricate embroidery work, we recommend washing and drying on delicate settings, iron on low.

Mi Golondrina

Partnering with over 600 artisans from all over Mexico, designer Cristina Lynch creates collections that tell the story of the country's heritage through breezy, floral-embroidered shift dresses and ruffled blouses. 💡 FUN FACT: Every Mi Golondrina garment is hand-stitched in small villages of Mexico by artisans who are paid fare wages.

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