You love where you’re from and you want to rep it. But finding places that offer adorable (and not tacky or poorly made) clothing and accessories that represent your country can sometimes be a challenge. Fear not, as we at HipLatina have made it our mission to find the raddest of the rad in terms of country pride gear and deliver it right to you. We scoured the net and found only the coolest ways to rep your Latinx pride.
Dominicana Sherly Tavarez created her Pelo Malo Where? T-shirts to empower women, and inspire them to embrace and love their natural hair. For fall, the line was expanded to include hoodies.
Forget Dolce & Gabbana, this T-shirt is all about Dulce de Guayaba. New York company ERREDE gave a shout out to dulce de guayaba, a guava jam used in Dominican traditional dishes.
This hat from Pedrini Queens is a classic accessory given the glam treatment. The letters D and R are gleaming, allowing you to add some shine to anything you wear with it.
Home, no matter where it is (and no matter if it’s our home here, or the motherland) is always calling. This hoodie by Stag & Peach Co. gets it, and delivers the message in the cutest way possible! Added bonus? You can order this hoodie in various colors.
Mangu is a delicious-looking dish of mashed plantains topped with sautéed red onions cooked with vinegar, queso frito, avocado, eggs, and fried salami Dominicano. Jazyourlife Creations took all this goodness and put in a pin that shows off Dominican culture and pride perfectly.
You love the Dominican Republic, but that doesn’t mean you want to wear its flag all day, everyday. This super cute and stylish dress by DA Collections, in a neutral army green, is a great alternative for those who were born in the DR and want to show off their pride.
Life’s a moda made a great T-shirt showcasing a part of Dominican culture and history. It features the ceramic faceless dolls, also known as Muñecas Limé, which were first created by sculptor Liliana Mera Limé. These dolls represent the blended African, Taino, French, and Spanish cultures and identity of the Dominican Republic.
Larimar is a beautiful blue mineral that is exclusive to the Dominican Republic. This vintage boho sterling silver cuff is the perfect way to sport something that you can only get from the DR.
Artist M. Tony Peralta mixed “old New York, Hip Hop, and Latino culture” to create the awesomeness that is The Peralta Project. He collaborated with fabulous Dominicana Carolina Contreras of @miss_rizos on this “Yo Amo mi Pajon” shirt, a celebration of big, beautiful, natural hair.
“Bachata to the bank,” or anywhere else for that matter, with this super cute pin by Poppin. This brand creates all kinds of dope pins that celebrate Latino culture.
Dominican Nike Air Force 1s
Said to be dropping sometime this month, the Dominican Republic Air Force 1s is the footwear brand’s homage to the Latino country. The shoes feature the colors of the flag, soles that say “De Lo Mio,” and dominoes attached to the laces.
Another great Peralta Project product is this hoodie shouting out orgullo Negro. We definitely need to see more items like these that celebrate Afro-Latinx culture.
What can we say? Peralta Project stays making dope Latinx shirts. There’s no need to spend a crazy amount of money on a Louis Vuitton tee, when you have this dique LV shirt from Peralta Project.
No one here is asking if you got leche. We want to know where the mangú is. The Tee Shack gets a high five for this T-Shirt shouting out one of the Dominican Republic’s most popular dishes.
Dominicans are serious when it comes to their love of platanos. Celebrate that in the most adorable way possible in Valfrés baby blue cropped tee with a chenille banana patch.
This pineapple print shirt by Forever 21 is the perfect way to add a tropical touch to your wardrobe. And its only $7!