International Day of Rural Women

Yesterday we celebrated a very important day here at Ketzali: The International Day of Rural Women. On October 15th (and all other days!) we recognize “the critical role and contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and eradicating rural poverty.”


Already Missing Summer?

Worry no more because we are already preparing for next season!

This week we are initating the first stages of our sales for the Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Let us know if you'd like to see Ketzali Accessories in your store next year!

In the meantime, warm up with some of our beautiful scarves & ponchos for fall.


Shop Ketzali @

Have you seen our bright blue Aurora Ruana poncho available now at It's handmade, 100% alpaca, and the perfect addition to your fall closet!


(capsule) New York Women's 

Ketzali stand at (capsule), showing our Fall Winter 2014 collection to buyers. We can't wait for the next fall to come so you all can get to wear these beautiful scarves.



Visit us @ (CAPSULE) Womens NYC!


Ketzali X Free People

Our collaboration with Free People is now available for sale at Our Pulew poncho is made of 100% cotton materials and dye tie using low impact dyes. 


Ketzali at Shop Glamour by Glamour Magazine

We are very excited to be part of Glamour magazine's new shop, Shop Glamour. Ketzali's Xujbinic is an editor's pick by Sophia Chabbott (Senior Online Fashion Editor). 

Here are two articles about Shop Glamour




Love Ketzali 

Actress Rachael Leigh Cook is wearing Ketzali's Ajabal (KT-PJ12-07), handweaved in a backstrap loom by our artisan Graciela Mendoza and Entertainment Editor at US Weekly, Dina Sansing is wearing Ketzali's Juluwisaj (KT-1248), handweaved in a footloom by our artisan Elizabeth Garcia. 



Hi all,


Today, I wanna share with you one of my resolutions. Why wait for the beginning of the new year to do so?

I have decided to have at least one fruit per day, every day . I have been reading a lot about all the amazing benefits that the human body can get from consuming fruits. So, having fruits in my fridge is a must now. 

Then, I discovered the joy of making my own 100% natural fruit juice. I have never been a big fan of the canned/bottled juices that we find in the stores. They are just not as tasteful as I wish them to be. 

So, last week, I had some pomegranates, grapes, and red apples in my kitchen. I started making grape juice first (which I LOVED!!!), then tried to have a pomegranate/apple juice. Let me tell you my surprise when I had the first sip... It tastes incredible. It tastes sweet enough without any sugar added (which satisfies my sweet tooth) and it is so refreshing! It takes a couple minutes to make amazingly tasteful and healthy juice and the process is fun. The juicer I have does all the work. I do not have to peel the fruits; it does it for me. How awesome!!!

I have been juicing since then, every single day. I sometimes have juice with my breakfast, or with my other meals. Sometimes, just by itself in the middle of the day. My body feels great thanks to all the nutrients.

Below is a picture of the pomegranate/apple juice that I made.


xx- Sofia



Hi everyone,

Today, Maya is in NYC to represent her country, Guatemala, as well as Ketzali. We are participating at the semi-finalist event that La idea is holding in the beautiful city of New York. We are so excited to be part of this adventure and we are crossing fingers to make it further in this competition.