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In Her Shoes: Estefani Brolo


Last week we had the pleasure to meet the super talented and chic, Estefani Brolo.  She is a signer/songwriter/performer from none other than Guatemala! Although she lives in Mexico City now to pursue her career in the music…

Meet The Maker: Lidia Serech


From the beginning, our primary goal at Uxibal has been to create a socially minded company that works to empower women in Guatemala.  The word Uxibal means sister in the Mayan language K’iche’  and represents our founding philosophy. …

In Her Shoes: Textile Merchant: Gladys Aracely


I first met Gladys a few years back, wandering through the artisan markets one day in Antigua, Guatemala.  I discovered her booth among hundreds of other merchants in the market, but I was somehow drawn to her space. …

Uxibal DIY: Ladder Shelf Shoe Display


The Uxibal storefront kind of happened by accident.  When we first moved into our new space in Antigua, we had enough room for the workshop and a small office.  I didn’t even really think of opening a store. …

In Her Shoes: Crista Laylle


Tucked away in Guatemala City’s swanky Zone 10, amongst trendy restaurants, bars and cafés, lies a great little bohemian inspired boutique, appropriately named, BOHO.   During a recent visit to the City, I got a chance to sit down…

Rose Gold Collection!


Inspired by all the beautiful rose gold jewelry we’ve been seeing, we decided to create this line of booties, clogs, and handbags! All handmade with this awesome rose gold leather we found. We are so excited about all…

Mother’s Day Gift Guide


Mothers Day is on Sunday (Saturday in Guatemala) and we here at Uxibal would like to extend a BIG thank you to not only our Moms and the Mom’s who create our beautiful products, but also every Mom…

Women We Love Wednesday: Julie Lewis


I’m really excited to have the chance to share with you all today a beautiful story of inspiration, hope, and more than anything, love.  Every time I start to tell people this incredible story (which has been a…

Wanderlust Friday: 10 Things We Love About Oaxaca, Mexico


1. Calle Alcala Calle Alcala is probably the most popular attraction in Oaxaca City. It is a long street, about 5 or 6 blocks long that is blocked off from vehicle traffic, so there is foot traffic and…

In Her Shoes: Ale Matheu

Fashion, Feature

A few weeks ago we sat down with a friend of ours, Ale. She works as a bartender at one of our favorite local spots Café No Se. Her charisma behind the bar is electric, and when you…