Road Trip – Santa Fe

October 13, 2016

After we left Denver we drove down through Garden of the Gods and into Taos. The main area in Taos was closed, which was a huge bummer, so we pushed through to get to Santa Fe before going insane with our upset baby haha. We arrived at an awesome little adobe style AirBnB, grabbed some quick food, and hit the sack. The next morning I woke up, popped on my new digs from old navy (this jacket, this shirt, these jeans) and headed into town for some coffee at Iconik Coffee Roasters. We had La Choza for lunch and I got the christmas chile relleno, which is just red and green sauce on chile relleno haha. After that we headed to the crazy art installation that is Meow Wolf. It’s like a sci-fi fun house and you can, and are encouraged to, touch everything. Some things make music, some light up, and some open doors. It was definitely something worth going to. Our little boy even enjoyed it very much, though we had to kind of rush through it because he needed a nap. After his nap we went to the Georia O’Keefe Museum, because you have to. It was cool seeing some of her lesser-known works. Then we checked out this really cool vintage western shop and ate pizza with green chile!

I wanted to give another shout out to Old Navy because I have been wearing these jeans for about 3 weeks now and they are amazing. And they only cost me $25! I have posted Old Navy stuff in the recent past but that is because they are really doing some great things with their fit and styles, and of course their prices. They have a lot of new fall stuff out that is really nice. I’m looking forward to wearing this jacket more since it never really gets TOO cold in San Diego, but it does rain from time to time lol.

Jacket: Mesh-Lined Hooded Anorak in Forest Floor – Old Navy – $54
Shirt: Flannel in Carrot Cake – Old Navy -$34
Jeans: Built-In Flex Skinny in Rinse – Old Navy – $26

This post is partly in association with Old Navy. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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