Exploring San Jose del Cabo was one of my favorite parts of my trip to Cabo! It was a short cab ride (about 15-20 minutes) from our hotel and while some parts were a bit touristy, I felt like we got to experience more of the traditional Mexican culture by wandering through some of the side streets. I kept it casual with a pink striped off-the-shoulder shirt, cut-off jeans shorts, a straw tote, and simple sandals!
I’ll share more photos of the town in a different post, but keep scrolling for my absolute favorite shop we stumbled upon, Shima Shima! Everything was made in Mexico and I could have easily walked out with the entire store if I had more room in my suitcase… Pom-poms for days!
Another outfit from my trip to Cabo! I wore this outfit to breakfast at La Palapa on our first morning… It was breezy in the AM and sort of chilly before the clouds burned off for a sunshine-filled day.
How cute is this navy and white striped bow band?! My friend Julia collaborated with Hat Attack to design this hat and I know I’ll be wearing it *constantly* this summer. It actually matches my living room decor so well that it now has a permanent spot hanging on the wall between my bedroom and laundry doors. I’ll share a pic soon!
When I spotted this plaid-like printed maxi dress that tied with a bow at the neck, I was instantly smitten! I knew I had to have it for an upcoming vacay, even if I wasn’t sure where that would be. This dress has been hanging in my closet since December and I was so thrilled to finally have a place to wear it! I wore this outfit to dinner in Cabo at Gastro Bar (at the Paradisus Los Cabos) and it couldn’t have been better considering we had roughly 11 courses that night. #VacayDiet
There’s nothing like a frozen piña colada to get you into the vacation state of mind! After waking up on our first full day in paradise (I mean, at the Paradisus Los Cabos), we ate breakfast at La Playa and then changed into our swim suits for a little bit of cabana chillin’ before heading into town to explore San Jose del Cabo.
When I was packing for Cabo, I realized that my coverup game is seriously lacking. I have this white coverup that I love, but I desperately need to pick up a few sarongs and sundresses before my next vacay.