El Interior is one of Austin’s oldest and most established shops for Mexican clothing and folk art. We carry a wide range of women’s clothing (blouses, huipiles, skirts, and dresses from Mexico and Guatemala), men’s Guayabera shirts, colourful textiles, oilcloth, and folk art such as the famous Oaxaca Black pottery and green Michoacán pottery. Figural ceramics by the Aguilar family, along with wood carvings, tin wall art, Taxco silver jewellery, Colonial-style silver jewelry, and home accessories are all part of our inventory.

Since 1979, we’ve offered the highest quality of craftsmanship and customer service in our convenient West Austin location, all personally collected by owner Marcia Lucas from folk artists and artisans throughout Mexico and Guatemala. Since Lucas began the business, her mission has been to promote sustainability for the Indigenous people of Mexico with fair trade practices that allow them to continue their lifelong traditions by bringing their beautiful products to a wider audience.

El Interior
1009 W. Lynn Street Austin TX United States 78703

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