Made Right Here Road Trip - DallasWatch Now
Guest Mayra Ninos feat. Que Rico T-Shirt Co.
Laredo Taco Company released its newest episode featuring the city of Dallas and local taco blogger Mayra Niño from @MexDallas as part of its newly released video series “Made Right Here Road Trip”, with host Mando Rayo from United Tacos of America. Taco Journalist, Author, and Texas Native, Rayo, along with Niño taste-test their personal Laredo Taco Company® favorites and introduce viewers to local Hispanic small business owners. Niño serves as a local city advocate in the Dallas episode. Together, they discuss the Hispanic culture influences and heritage, including a backyard Pachanga and a dance lesson with the Dallas Ballet Folklórico.
Life & Work with Isaac Padilla and Roman Flores
We’re Isaac and Roman, best friends and co-owners of Que Rico T-Shirt Co. Our company was originally conceived when we were in high school but didn’t materialize until 2013. We originally started a men’s accessory brand that created accessories for the dapper gentleman (pocket squares, lapel pins, etc.). With that brand, we participated in various markets and trade shows throughout Texas and California. It was during those events that we noticed there wasn’t much (or any) Latinx representation or products that catered to our community.
How To Wear a Taco!Watch More
United Tacos of America Ep. 7
Everyone knows how to eat a Taco but what about how to wear one? UTOA’s Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece get into the topic of “Taco Styles” and how it has created an identity in the fashion industry for itself. More than a delicious staple, the Taco is a cultural significance that is amplified through the power of apparel. Featuring Que Rico T-Shirt Co. in Austin, Texas.
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Featuring Co-Founder Isaac Padilla
Que Rico T-Shirt Co. was happy and proud to be a part of the 2020 Dallas Pride celebrations. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event went virtual - the first time in its 48 year history.
Tote bags make life so much easier.
In them, we throw our purse essentials, office supplies, groceries, gym clothes, and anything else we can cram into them. In some cities, they have replaced plastic bags, and we hope that everyone gets on board with opting for reusable bags for a healthier environment.
Totes also allow you to share something about your life without having to utter a word, much like our equally-loved T-shirts do.
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Eight Texas Taco Couture Brands
If you’ve seen the burrito blanket, taco Halloween costumes, or various gifs and memes, you know that tacos are more than just a food beloved by Texans and good people, they are also an expression of a way of living, right down to the shirt on one’s back. There are several apparel and design brands at the forefront of this taco couture. Some take direct inspiration from their hometowns, like SA Flavor and Que Rico T-Shirt Co., while others reclaim or subvert terminology or iconography. Here are eight brands worth checking out.