K: Santa Fe offers a variety of activities, but they are arguably most well-known for their food and art scene. Brandon and I were all over this and took a half-day to explore Canyon Road, the city’s most well-known art area. Essentially, it is one long street with over one-hundred galleries. Charming turquoise doors, adobe buildings, and rustic benches captured our hearts and creative spirits. We loved our morning of exploration and actually ended up buying our first piece of real art!
B: As Katherine mentioned, Canyon Road really is a sight to see if you’re in the Santa Fe area, particularly if you are an art enthusiast. We didn’t venture into every single shop but opted to peek inside the ones that drew our attention. Our goal was to walk uphill so that we could reward ourselves with a snack break at The Teahouse, a local spot for hot tea, cookies, and light snacks. Our plan worked perfectly and my FitBit informed me that we’d walked over a mile during our trek!
K: Brandon actually spotted this top when we were scouting for new sunglasses at Saks Off Fifth. It screamed Santa Fe and I immediately snatched it up for the fair price of $44. I’ve always loved Mexican/bohemian inspired tops like this one, especially living in San Antonio. I consistently seem to get my wear out of them and they work perfectly for casual yet festive events like birthday parties or a barbecue. This one is unfortunately not available anymore, but I’ve linked a few similar styles below. Which is your favorite?