Jacket: Vintage top: Shop Doen jeans: rebecca Taylor sandals: Teva 2nd outfit top & Skirt: PlantI'd visited Marfa before, but for less than 24 hours. You can't see a town in 24 hours, even one as small as Marfa. It's day 7 now, and I feel as though I'm just getting to know this tiny desert gem. I've spent 90% of my time outdoors exploring and eating a lot. This place honestly has some of the best food I've ever tasted. The menus are small, but well curated, and I've tried almost every restaurant here. I hit a new one every day, with the exception of some repeats for lunch ('ve been to The Water Stop three times, for example). I didn't even realize until my second time there, but its owned and operated by a friend of mine! Either the world is very small or I just know a lot of people. Really, what are the odds that I'd walk into a restaurant in the middle of West Texas and bump into a friend ?? Of course it happens to me. I packed very light, as I usually do, bringing only two pairs of shoes with me, white flats which are now filthy, and my Teva sandals Their new spring collection really resonates with my personal style. I like classic pieces, the stuff that lasts forever, and Teva sandals are a great travel staple for all my adventures. They're the no brainer shoe, the shoe you bring when you're not sure where the trip is going to take you.
March 30, 2018