This print features traditional Loteria pictograms from the game of the same name. It has multi-color sugar skull buttons.
Lotería is a traditional game of chance, similar to bingo, but using images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on ping pong balls. Every image has a name and an assigned number, but the number is usually ignored. Each player has at least one tabla, a board with a randomly created 4 x 4 grid of pictures with their corresponding name and number. To start the game, the caller randomly selects a card from the deck and announces it to the players by its name. The players with a matching pictogram on their board mark it off with a chip or other kind of marker (many Mexican people traditionally use small rocks, crown corks or pinto beans as markers). The first player with four chips in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row, squared pattern, any other previously specified pattern, or fills the tabla first shouts "¡Lotería!" (Lottery!) or "¡Buenas!" (Good!) and is the winner.
All of my Hawaiian shirts are made of 100% pre-shrunk cotton. I wash all of my fabrics in warm water with hypo-allergenic detergent before I cut them out to be sure it is completely shrunk before construction. That way, you don't have to worry about it shrinking when you wash or dry it. Each shirt uses approximately three full yards of fabric. All seams are serged for durability. I meticulously match the pocket and fronts of my shirts so you have one continuous pattern down the front. Try finding that at Marshall's or Wal-Mart!
These shirts do run on the larger size, so be sure to check my size chart before ordering. If you're in between sizes, I'd recommend you go down a size, especially if you don't like swimming in your clothes.
Size: 2X (50-52)
Finished Length: 31.25"