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  • n. Plural form of guayabera.


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  • Yes, the guayaberas are a bit challenging to fit, but so what?

    Dennis Paul Morony

  • Teenage girls in white dresses with floral designs and boys in traditional guayaberas and Panama hats danced to a brass band.

    Safety in Mexico & the Republic of Yucatan

  • In his off hours, he looks like a contented tourist, in his printed Hawaiian shirts or bright guayaberas.

    Did Christianity Cause the Crash?

  • Despite such minor lapses, "The Cuban Kitchen" is one of those rare and readable cookbooks that evokes a way of life as well as a way of eating—a fondly recalled world, presumably that of the author's own family, where people "play dominoes, smoke cigars, talk politics, drink Cuban coffee, wear guayaberas , and have splendid parties."

    In Brief: Gastronomy

  • We strolled through the plaza and after trying on several guayaberas, I bought one from a store next to the Ayuntamiento.

    Touring Mexico's Yucatan ruins

  • For some time now I have left my doubts behind: the dictators, or those aspiring to be, are here, although now they wear jeans, guayaberas or red shirts.

    Yoani Sanchez: Thugs and Caudillos

  • George found some guayaberas and a large black and white heavy cloth poncho with two horses jumping at each other.

    Down the Road

  • To Edwin Guzman, 24, a waiter at the hip New York restaurant Ideya, guayaberas used to be as fashion-forward as a cardigan with elbow patches.

    Tropical And Topical

  • The most sought-after guayaberas are vintage shirts from the '50s and' 60s, valued for their intricate stitching and all-cotton construction.

    Tropical And Topical

  • Jackie Grossman and husband Paul Devitt link Latin with lounge by adding embroidery martini glasses and other retro designs to classic Mexican guayaberas.

    Tropical And Topical


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