I Wore My Vintage Wranglers To Key West

Key West
Bahia Honda State Park, Big Pine Key

Recently, I visited the Florida Keys for the first time. It truly is a special place. My brother and I rented a car and spent a couple of days exploring the islands, and Key West. It’s not difficult to fall in love with the history, deeply-rooted culture, and beauty of the place. It was paradise to me.

I dressed myself in Miami on the morning we headed out and didn’t exactly plan ahead. I probably shouldn’t have worn white boots on the beach but I like them paired with these vintage Wrangler jeans I bought last year at Brimfield Flea. They must have belonged to a mechanic at some point evidenced by the grease stains. They’re clean yet forever torn and stained. I’ve been collecting American vintage workwear for a few years now and these are one of my favorite pieces.

Vintage necklace and Wrangler jeans with Topshop boots.
Harry S. Truman’s Little White House in Key West, FL
I loved all of the chickens and critters walking around everywhere.
Rodriguez Cigar Factory since 1971
Two of the best things I’ve ever eaten, I ate in the Florida Keys. This corn on the cob from Amigos Tortilla Bar and this Key Lime Pie from Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen in Key Largo.
I couldn’t delete this blurry photo of literally one of the best things I’ve ever eaten in my life.
Sand Castles
Historic Key West Cemetery + Friends
Islamorada = Paradise
My brother and I at sunset in Key West.
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