H&M faux fur vest & striped sweater; GAP 1969 jeans; Sendra ‘Sara Clare’ boots c/o; SEE sunglasses
My dears, I hope you had a lovely long weekend. We hopped on out to the high desert for a few days and had a fun adventure in Pioneertown.
I’ve mentioned my love for Pioneertown before, but it’s essentially a movie set that was built in the 1940s to film westerns like The Cisco Kid. The set remains, which it fun to wander about (it’s a great, strange spot for young kids or kids at heart).
There’s a vintage bowling alley with a soda fountain and an old timey candy store and then, of course, there’s the main draw: Pappy and Harriet’s.
Pappy & Harriet’s is a restaurant/saloon/honky tonk/beer garden/BBQ joint/roadhouse/in-in-middle-of-nowhere music venue that draws the most eclectic group of people: bikers, families, desert rats, hippies, hipsters, artists, Anthony Bourdain.
It’s the perfect place to stop in for a refreshing beverage, some BBQ and live music after a day of exploring the high desert. (And it’s only about two hours from LA!) It’s definitely a secret spot, as very people know about it and venture out, which makes it that much more special. But I couldn’t help sharing!
I love a shoe that is comfy from day one — and that looks even better with a little dirt and dust.
Tomorrow, adventures in Joshua Tree (here’s a peek at what I wore)…
[Photos by Klaus Moser]