Dittos jeans (SUPER old – also love this pair and this one); Parks Project sweatshirt (c/o); cabi heels (c/o); Cult Gaia clutch; DVF scarf; Ray-Ban sunglasses; Kendra Scott bracelet
Happy Monday, friends! I’m kicking off the week at a snail’s pace after spending the weekend in the desert with Eric and a few of our friends. Eric’s birthday is this week, so to celebrate a little early, we bought tickets to a Grateful Shred show at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown. If you like live music, BBQ and beer, and an old school Western bar feel, you should definitely add Pappy & Harriet’s to the bucket list. It’s our second time seeing a show there, and it definitely won’t be the last. (It was our first time seeing a Grateful Shred show, and it was SO much fun – would definitely go back 100 more times.)
If you’re wondering where the hell Pioneertown is, you’re not alone. Most people that I told about the weekend asked that question. It’s a little gem of a town out in the desert, not far from Joshua Tree. Cell service, taxis, and Ubers are pretty much nonexistent in the area, so we knew we wanted to rent a place pretty close to the venue. We stayed at this Airbnb which turned out to be perfect because we could walk to Pappy & Harriet’s.
I pretty much have no photos from the weekend, and I’m not even mad about it. Eric and I love exploring all of the scenery that California has to offer. We live for weekend trips to Big Sur or Carmel, roaming around a National Park (hard to believe this trip to Yosemite was almost three years ago), or taking in the super colorful sunsets in the desert. And I didn’t want to ruin his birthday weekend trip by trying to take 400 photos. (And I’ll be honest, that desert wind had this mane looking cray.)
So in lieu of photos from the weekend, today I’m sharing this look with a sweatshirt from a company that’s become a new favorite of mine. Parks Project makes the cutest (and softest!) tees, tanks, and sweatshirts with National Parks as their inspiration. The designs are adorable (this one is next on my list), but the message and contribution back to the parks are even better. (You can see some of the amazing things done here.)
Now I’ve got a much needed full week at home, and I’m not gonna lie I’m excited. Here’s hoping everyone has a great week ahead!
Photos thanks to Priscilla Frey