Most of the time, we detest cocktail mixes. This Michelada mix from famed Los Angeles restaurant Guelaguetza is not one of those times. Use this mix to make seriously delicious pitchers of the classic Mexican beer cocktail the Michelada — just be sure to keep plenty on hand because it’s delicious.
Huaraches aka woven leather sandals are as classic as it comes regarding Mexican footwear. This pari from Chamula are made modern thanks to the fun mustard yellow color but still honor tradition since their handmade by Mexican artisans.
There are a lot of cookbooks we love for Mexican food but this tome is a great place to start. Bring the tasty culinary traditions of Mexico into your own kitchen with this cookbook filled with classic Mexican recipes.
Our friends at Los Angeles-based Hunted Fox studio might just love Mexico as much as we do! They travel around the country and collect vintage fabrics like the woven serape that they repurposed to create these handmade pillows.
This classic scoop neck tee is playful thanks to the addition of “Guera.” Mexican-Spanish slang (that’s not offensive, we swear!) for a white girl, it’s a tongue-in-cheek way for you to show your love for Mexican culture.
Mexican chocolate is one of our favorite things to cook with for everything from mole sauce to hot chocolate and desserts. This pue cacao collection but Taza has a variety of different flavors, and would make a great gift for your fellow Mexican food lovers!
This ruffled cotton top is the perfect top for a summer day. It’s from one of our favorite Texas boutiques that is dedicated to selling Mexican-inspired clothing that’s a fun mix of classic, chic, and trendy.
Channel some classic Mexican spiritual vibes with an “ojo de dios” or God’s eye ornament. These colorful numbers from our favorite San Diego-based Mexican decor shop, Artelexia, are gorgeous on their own but we like them even more when a few are paired together.