evoke spirit sayulita mexicoEvoke Spirit

EVOKE THE SPIRIT Recently opened by American Brittney Borjeson, Evoke the Spirit is fast becoming a Sayulita institution. Here you’ll find locally made clothing and textiles fashioned from using natural dyes in a variety of beautiful colours. Look out for the Thousand Prayers beaded jewellery – handcrafted by the Huichol women of Nayarit – each bead is infused with a prayer. ADDRESS: 12a Jose Mariscal, Sayulita +52 322 136 2290

PACHAMAMA Featured in glossy magazines and Gypset Style by Julia Chaplin, Pachamama has a strong cult following. Those flawless black pearls that you see draped down the backs of surfers and beach babes? You can find them at PachaMama, right off of the beach. From one-of-a-kind leather and jewellery to hand-embroidered Mexican wedding dresses, this is the ultimate destination for exotic, chic gifts. Be sure to stop by the art gallery next door, showcasing the work of local artists. ADDRESS: 4B Calle Delfin, Sayulita, +52 329 291 34 68

DINGBATZ Dingbatz create custom-made surfboards by local board-crafting legend, Rogelio Ramos. They can take about a month to complete, so pre-order yours so that it’s ready for when you arrive. ADDRESS: Avenida Ninos Heroes, Sayulita, +52 322 135 7835

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