San Antonino Artisans

Thinking of You San Antonino Heart T-Shirt - Black

Sale price Price $69.00 Regular price

Black T-Shirt with Hand-Embroidered Floral Heart 100% Made in Oaxaca, Mexico

You have found your go-to tee! The typical and iconic San Antonino embroidered multicolor flowers, known as "pensamientos", create a lovely heart that contrasts perfectly with the black t-shirt. All outfits will be perfect with this!

The talented hands of artisans in San Antonino Castillo Velasco, a community in Oaxaca create striking embroidered designs by first drawing the floral patterns on the fabric and then using a small hoop to embroider the design section by section. For this reason, it may take weeks to make only one of these T-Shirts!

  • Made with high-quality 100% cotton fabric,
  • Center Heart in the chest area with multicolor floral embroidery (known as pensamientos).
  • Round neck.
  • Short sleeve.
  • Suggested Sizing:

    -There might be a slight 1" variation between our suggested sizing.
    -Model is 120lb, 5'7" wearing size Small.
At  Lolo - Mercadito we are committed to acknowledging the nature of each product. With each purchase, you are getting a unique and authentic piece that was made with love by artisans from Mexico. These t-Shirts are artisanal, hand-made products. For this reason, there might be some flaws and variations in fit, sizing, and stitching.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Meg Burdick
5 Stars!!!

I received my shipment and could not be more satisfied! I have not received an order with such class, and dedication as I did this one. Everything was wrapped meticulously and the customer service could not have been any better! Thank you Lolo, and I hope to be ordering again soon! Your business is seriously a class act and very hard to come by these days! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Wow! Thank you so much for your amazing review Meg! We are so thankful for your support and for all the kind words you just wrote. We are so incredibly happy! Everything we do at Lolo is with lots of love and dedication. Gracias!

Thank you,
Manuel Saidi