Frequently Asked Questions
Do you ship to [Country X]?
Yes, we ship everywhere PT: Cuba, Iran, Crimea, Syria, and North Korea.
How long does it take?
It takes 2-7 days to manufacture your items. Then add shipping time on top of that, which is on average ~5days, but can be more or less depending on your destination.
Should I size up or down?
Size up, usually. Our apparel is often extra-fitted, so you'll likely want to size-up 1-2 sizes, depending on the item. Since it's individual, we highly suggest you compare your measurements to the individual size-charts at the bottom of each product.
Visual sizing charts available?
What's that 'vinegar' smell?
Your clothes are newly made, 'hot off the presses', upon ordering. They don't sit in a warehouse. When made, a wash was used to aid ink-bonding on them. Lots of companies do it, & it's usually gone by shipping time, but it may not all come out with the last extraction. Give them a wash or two and it will be good.
Latina AF Bodysuit
Hi, I'm Cyn, and I'm Latina. Colombian to be exact. Technically Colombian-American since I was born in Florida. And I'm quite proud to be American. But America's culture is hard to pin down, 'cause it's been built by people from all over, each bringing their own culture. We, the states, haven't really embraced a single culture. Well, unless you count Pop Culture?
Anyway, as a Latina here in America, I tend to gravitate towards other Latinos. Mi gente. Don't get me wrong, I've got lots of friends from different countries (and a lot of gringo friends too, lol.)
But I happen to enjoy speaking my second language with others who speak it too. It doesn't mean I think we're better than anyone! It only means I am proud to be different in a world of the same. Most Latinos would agree with me. As a Colombiana I'm most proud that I come from Inca ancestors.
Check this out:
"The Incas lacked the use of wheeled vehicles. They lacked animals to ride and draft animals that could pull wagons and plows... lacked the knowledge of iron and steel... Above all, they lacked a system of writing. Despite these supposed handicaps, the Incas were still able to construct one of the greatest imperial states in human history."
— Gordon McEwan, The Incas: New Perspectives
Who wouldn't be proud to come from that?
If you're here, you're likely latina, or you know one, according to the stats.
There are 23 Spanish speaking countries. Not including the USA, which has a 53% latin population.
There are a lot of us, and we love our countries, and we love our cultures. We as a collective have some intense pride in who we are, the language we speak, and where we come from.
Spanish-speakers have different dialects, accents, slang, and curse words. But something we all have in common is epic Latino pride.
And until now, I couldn't find a shirt that was fire enough to represent it. Oh sure, there's lots of 'latina' shirts out there, "Latina and proud", "Latina Pride", "Latinas Rule", etc.
But it felt like so little effort was put into them. There was no care in the designs. Each letter wasn't hand-crafted. They didn't use vibrant colors to represent our vibrant culture. Or a font-with-flare to represent our passion.
From Colombianas to Mexicanas, we wanted a shirt that repped hard, but felt soft.
So, show-off your Latina pride with this lightweight t-shirt. Tell the world who you are, the language you speak, and where you come from... all without saying a word!
Show everyone that you're proud to be 'Latina AF' <3
• 93% cotton, 7% spandex
• Form-fitting short sleeve cut with a U-neck
• Pull-on styling
• Self-fabric binding at neckline and leg openings
|Length (inches)||19 1/4||20||20 3/4||21 1/2||22 3/4|
|Width (inches)||10 1/4||11 1/4||12 1/2||13 1/4||14 1/4|