Your Guide to Looking Fiesta AF

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While San Antonio wear usually means a Spurs shirt that your cousin’s girlfriend’s neighbor is selling (shoutout to all the corner stands on Culebra), Fiesta calls for a more festive look. Whether it’s bright colors, fun cutouts or a dash of Mexican flair, we’ve found the necessities for you to look as fun as the party that is Fiesta.


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But First, Fiesta! Scoop Neck, $30

Let everyone know you have your priorities sorted out right.


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El Borracho T-Shirt, $10

You know you’ll bring your favorite loteria card to life this Fiesta. Güeras Imports also sells T-shirts of other loteria cards.

Papel Picado Earrings, Prices vary
These sought-after earrings are a must-have, so consider yourself lucky if you're able to snag a pair when they come back in stock.

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Paleta Man Shirt, $25

Give props to the real MVPs of San Antonio.


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Any Colored Puebla blouse, $22-$24

Ladies: if you don't wear a puebla, did you even Fiesta? They're breezy, loose-fitting and can hide those pesky stains.

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Guayabera T-shirt, Prices vary
Men, we didn't forget about you. Skip out on Penner's and rock this faux guayabera instead.


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Tacos, Cerveza Y Fiesta Crew Tee, $17

What else matters during April in San Antonio? Or ever, really.


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Selena Emoji Shirt, $25

Anything with the queen of Tejano is always the quickest way to get the party started.

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Come And Take It Tee, $24

Nod to the history behind Fiesta. Check. Show your love for elote. Check. This shirt is a win-win.


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Halo Paper Crown Fiesta, $4
Can’t get your hands on any of this Fiesta gear? When all else fails, throw on a flower crown and chug down a few beers.
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Floral Zaachila Chanclas, $40
Stroll through Fiesta with these adorable Zaachila chanclas. Proceeds go back to the Mexican women who crafted them.

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