There is a Mexican attire for every occasion; for a wedding, baptism, Quinceañera, first communion, graduation or any other special celebration. There are so many options to choose from so we are going to give you some ideas.
This Mexican wedding dress is perfect for a person who wants a relaxed hippie style. It is simple, and it fits great.
You can find it in our store under wedding dresses.
For a bride there are other Mexican styles that you may want to consider:
A white Charro suit is so elegant and fancy. The suit can be very sophisticated.
There is also the wedding dress with a traditional embroidery.
For a graduation, quinceañera, sweet sixteen, anniversary or birthday celebration the choices are limitless. Try a traditional Mexican dress from Oaxaca or a Mexican embroidered top.
This dress is such a beautiful design that we found in a small town in the Huasteca region of Mexico. The embroidery is made by women in the indigenous community Tenek or Huasteca.
The square in the lower part of the dress is a quexquemitl which the indigenous women normally wear on the upper part.
The designer in this dress made a beautiful adaptation to modern Mexican fashion.
This photo is from the wedding of Ana Patricia Gonzalez who has worked at Univision as host of their popular morning program.
She decided to have a very Mexican wedding wearing a cream dress with embroidered flowers.
The groom is wearing a typical charro outfit.
The pages in the photo are wearing a traditional Jalisco dress used by women called escaramuzas in the Mexican sport of charreria.
These styles will definitely bring a fresh look to your wardrobe. Let us know your comments or suggestions in the comments section below.