Cielito Lindo T-Shirt

Cielito Lindo T-Shirt


Proceeds from the purchase of this shirt will go to assist Puerto Rico and Mexico after Hurricane Maria and the September Earthquake. 

Formfitting, longer body silhouette, 1x1 mini rib, long sleeves and crew neck. This must-have basic is perfect for layering.

NOTE: If you're would like to order a male version, please specify on your purchase. I will list the male product once I get a photo. Shirt is also available in short sleeve and vneck

Features: Sideseamed. Form fitting. 1x1 mini rib. Longer body.

Fabrication: 98% combed and ring-spun cotton 2% spandex, 50 single 4.0 oz.

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Source: Wikipedia

"Cielito lindo" is a popular Mexican song from a Spanish copla, popularized in 1882 by Mexican author Quirino Mendoza y Cortés (c. 1862–1957).[1] It is roughly translated as "Lovely Sweet One". Although the word cielo means "sky" or "heaven", it is also a term of endearment comparable to sweetheart or honey. Cielito, the diminutive, can be translated as "sweetie"; lindo means "cute", "lovely" or "pretty". Sometimes the song is known by words from the refrain, "Canta y no llores" or simply the "Ay, Ay, Ay, Ay song".

Commonly played by mariachi bands, it has been recorded by many artists in the original Spanish as well as in English and other languages. It is debated if the song talks about the Sierra Morena, a mountain range in the south region of Spain, or the similarly named Sierra Morones in the Mexican state of Zacatecas. It has become a non-official symbol of Mexico, specially in Mexican expatriate communities around the world or for Mexicans attending international events such as the Olympic Games or the FIFA World Cup.