Oaxaca: An Intimate Travel Experience with Culture, Folk Art & Food

Travel to Mexico with Marcia Lucas, Folk Art Specialist and Owner of El Interior   Departure: January 27th –  Return: February 4th, 2021 (canceled) Departure: July 9th –  Return: July 17th, 2021 (taking deposits)* *Experiences you may enjoy, the specific itinerary will emerge early 2021. Experience the essence and diversity of Oaxaca’s art, culture, architecture, cuisine […]

The Rise of the Caftan in Self-Quarantine

“Ah, the caftan. We should have paid attention earlier. But it’s not too late. You too can board the caftan train, and you wouldn’t be alone. Actress Amy Landecker, who played Sarah Pfefferman on the Amazon dramedy “Transparent” for years says she ordered one on Friday. “The amount of baking and laying around that is going […]

Celebrating 40 Years in Style!

To commemorate El Interior’s 40th year of business, we visited Candy’s beautiful lake house for some fun, relaxation and a festive photoshoot featuring a hand-picked selection of our favorite fashions from El Interior. In honor of reaching this glorious milestone, an extravaganza hosted by store owner Marcia Lucas will be taking place at 6 PM […]

Winter 2019 Lookbook

Whether you choose to don one of our vibrant, one-of-a-kind San Antonino dresses, chic and flattering long huipiles, or stunning Puebla dresses, our new arrivals of hand embroidered traditional Mexican dresses will have you looking stylish all winter long! The following photos highlighting our newest collection of Mexican fashions were shot in and around our […]

El Interior’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

1. San Juan Colorado Huipil – Unique and versatile, these long huipiles work wonderfully for all seasons.   2. Guatemalan Clutch Wallet – Stay organized year-round with one of these handcrafted beauties.   3. San Antonino Dress – One of our most-loved and popular garments!   4. Chiapas Huipil – Bold colors and intricate patterns make our Chiapas huipiles […]

El Interior’s Journey & 2019 Mexico Buying Trip Recap

Celebrations of traditional Zapotec Culture in the Tehuantepec Calenda in the streets of Oaxaca. Zapotec women from the isthmus of Tehuantepec on a float in Oaxaca City. “They’re celebrating their identity and their community’s traditional values. This is also an act of reciprocity, a way of giving back to their community. The participants sponsor the […]