Local Summer Shopping in New Mexico

Summertime and the living is (or at least should be) easy. Keep it easy-peasy with statement pieces to slip on at daybreak and wear till sundown. And feather your high-desert nest with comfortable, timeless furnishings that are just as noble. Luckily, you don’t have to travel far to find these locally available choices.

Local Summer Shopping in New Mexico

A woman stands in a baggy dark purple shirt with white stripes and matching pants for a summer outfit.
Photo Courtesy of Santa Fe Dry Goods

Santa Fe Dry Goods

Glide, glow, and flow through summer in this pattern-dyed linen shirt in blue, black, and white stripes. It’s all in the details: a gentle scoop neckline, an asymmetric hem that’s longer in the back, and a mother of pearl button-down closure. Hand-dyed with natural mineral dyes so each pattern is unique.

A set of silver earrings with an opal stone sits against a white background.
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form & concept

Weathered stones form the heart of Tanya Crane’s Spooner’s Rock Dangles Earrings. The stones seem to float, held in place by Crane’s fine-detail metalwork. Made of sterling silver, Shibuishi alloy with its subtle shades of gray, and two worn stones that speak to the passage of time.

A woman turned away from the camera wears a beige hat with a patterned band around it.
Photo Courtesy of Meraki


A stylish sunshade solution at covetable boutique Meraki, from hat experts Olive & Pique. The Kaleo pecan fedora is a wool felt rancher, with a pinched crown, jacquard band, and adjustable inner Velcro band for sizing. Just the thing you need before you ride off into the sunset.

A night sky ring fro the summer in dark blue and silver embellishments sits on a rolled cloth.
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Spirit of the Earth

Wear a piece of the Santa Fe sky with Night Sky ring handmade by Tony Malmed. It sings of a Santa Fe starlit summer night with an oxidized sterling silver face set with 10 diamonds, one bezel-set in 18k yellow gold.

A woman poses in a black and white striped crop top with matching tie-dye pants.
Photo Courtesy of Amy Denet Deal. Model Lily Yeung


Stunning stripes in black and white for summer relaxing. The handwoven textiles are crafted on a traditional peddle loom by Cocijo Artesania Textile in Mitla, Oaxaca. The lightweight material (perfect for New Mexico summers) is transformed into a relaxed yet elegant top, with a boatneck opening, wide kimono sleeves, and cropped fit.

A wood fountain sits amongst greenery and other plants in the summer.
Photo Courtesy of Stone Forest

Stone Forest

Add some zen elegance to your garden with Stone Forest’s Rough Vessel, a stunning piece of beige granite, expertly carved into a stone bowl. Pair with a bamboo waterspout as shown, or drill the basin of the bowl, add a submersible pump, and you’ve got a bubbling fountain. Either way, we predict a calm and chilled out summer in your future.

A brown simple tall basket sits against a white background for summer products.
Photo Courtesy of Santa Fe Dry Goods

Santa Fe Dry Goods

A picnic simply isn’t a picnic without a basket. This handwoven basket from Mallorca is made from grape vines and olive branches and is just the ticket for your next al fresco meal. It has an oval shape with an open top, thick handle, and stripes at the base and rim. Perfect for transporting bottles of wine, linen, and cutlery, or your summer reading.

A hammock from Pandora has macramé hanging from the sides and yellow pillow on the hammock part.
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If your summer vacation doesn’t extend beyond your own backyard then not to worry. Settle into this loomed, spreader-bar hammock from Paraguay. Made from cotton and sustainable eucalyptus timber, it has hand-knotted fringes and tassels and generous suspension cords for strength and even weight distribution. Add a good book and a gentle breeze.

A woman stands against a black background with a long gold shirt and matching pants to keep cool in the summer.
Photo Courtesy of TOKo


Elegantly cut and perfectly tailored, this tapered golden tunic with matching pants is made of cotton, silk, and metallic threads and is destined to become your go-to summer outfit. It comes from Amrich, an Indian design team who draw on the deep, rich history of Indian artisanship and then give their work a decidedly modern feel.

A woman in a hat and man stand in front of a mountain range with a woven beige blanket around them.
Photo Courtesy of Tribe + True

High Noon General Store

We love a piece that does double or triple duty like this handwoven blanket made by an artisan weaving team in Mexico. It would gladly join you for picnics, camping, or snuggling by a fire. Even better, it has eco cred with 100-percent post-consumer materials featuring a blend of cotton, acrylic, and polyester. It’s machine washable, getting softer––and better––over time.

Story by Julia Platt Leonard

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