LatinaMeetup DC Sponsor: La Casa Frida

I’m such a fan of these ladies! Their creations are beyond creative, and I am thrilled to include them as a LatinaMeetup DC sponsor!

Meet Ruby & Gaby the proud owners of La Casa Frida based in San Antonio, Tx.

Check out what they have to say!

We were both raised in Cd. Juarez, Mexico which allowed us to be exposed on the many colors, food, art and traditions that makes Mexico such a unique place.

Many years later we both relocated to San Antonio, Tx. where we decided to start a small women’s owned business and La Casa Frida was born.

We have always being passionate about Mexican Folklore as it is part of our heritage and the main focus for La Casa Frida, to provide our customers a one of a kind boutique specializing in handmade items from all over Mexico.

Recently voted as the Best Women’s shop by San Antonio Magazine (2019), La Casa Frida has been showcased in different magazines and TV shows.  Exposing our love for our heritage in a modern and fashionable way.

Our mission is to bring to our clients a little piece of Mexico with exclusive products that represent the art and culture of our heritage.

ABOUT LA CASA FRIDA

La Casa Frida is a Mexican inspired boutique featuring unique products from artisans around Mexico.

One of a kind earrings designed and handmade in Oaxaca representing the traditional San Antonino stitching technique with a modern and fashionable twist, showcasing Mexico’s Folklore.

A FEW OF THEIR CREATIONS

Check them out at www.LaCasaFrida.com

Instagram: @LaCasaFrida

Facebook: @LaCasaFridaSA

Post Author: Danay Escanaverino

Danay Escanaverino is a Latina entrepreneur, mom, avid traveler, tech geek, history buff, blogger and ADHD poster child She is CEO of LunaSol Media and Founder of #LatinaMeetup . Follow her on Instagram , Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

1 thought on “LatinaMeetup DC Sponsor: La Casa Frida

    Lori Bosworth

    (June 5, 2019 - 11:42 am)

    They sound like very enterprising women and I love the idea of featuring Mexican crafts. I would love to visit Mexico!

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