What To Wear To The Farmers Market This Summer

Sunday. Wake up. French press. Roll out to the farmers market and pick up a few fresh veggies and blooms. Repeat weekly.

This year, our farmers market style is all about a retro utilitarian look. We’re talking minimalist leather sandals we can just slide into and go, light-as-air overalls for an instant outfit, and of course, a woven basket that holds all the goods. Peek below for a few of our farmers market style faves…

Food 52 Straw Bag

Le Tote French Market Basket with Double Handles | It’s so much more fun the shop the market with a giant woven bag than a plastic one. Timeless, practical — and even prettier with a few peonies, and some beet greens sticking out of the top.  CHECKOUT

Janessa Leon Gloria Hat

Janessa Leon Gloria Hat | Sun protection? Check. An excuse to avoid styling your hair? Check. Perfect accessory for the ultimate summer look? Check. CHECKOUT

Lily Ashwell Overalls

Lily Ashwell Overalls | It’s just one piece, but it’s worth a wardrobe’s-worth of style points. We love the retro colors and casual chic vibe.

rag & bone bandana

Rag & Bone Bandana | Use this charming accessory in every which way – around your neck to dress up a tee, to protect your sunnies when tucked into your bag or tied around a quick pony a la Audrey Hepburn. CHECKOUT

Everlane Slide Sandals

Everlane leather Slides | These chunky sandals are some of the most comfortable we’ve come across. Slip them on and stroll for hours, from market to juice bar to beach. CHECKOUT

garrett leight sunglasses

Garrett Leight Sunglasses | A good pair of sun glasses is key for summer. This foldable pair, which tucks right into a cute leather pouch, is basically the dream. CHECKOUT

Suntegrity Sunscreen

Suntegrity Natural Sunscreen | Multi-tasking, minimalist makeup is our best friend this season. Tint those cheeks to smooth perfection, while adding a light sheen of effective sun protection in one fell swoop. CHECKOUT

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  1. Yawnnnnn! Who cares what anyone wears anywhere, especially a farmers market, as long as it’s appropriate. Just another marketing scam to sell “Little House on the Prairie”-style garb. More important is the quality of the soul inside the packaging, rather than the packaging itself .

    Michelle | 06.20.2017 | Reply

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