Of course, I’ve saved the best for last! Inspirational is exactly the word that comes to mind when I think of the little village called Tlaquepaque located in the heart of Sedona. Traditionally modeled after an authentic Mexican village, It’s literal meaning is “best of everything”. Tlaquepaque is truly a place filled with marvelous fountains, many small and unique shops, restaurants, amazing art galleries, and cobblestone courtyards filled with statues and unexpected works of art.
Each courtyard is unlike the others, featuring treasures and new adventures that await you around every corner. Tlaquepaque village, however, does have a reoccurring theme — weather in the depths of fountains, backs of stone steps, or the courtyard stucco walls, spectacular colorful Mexican tiles make their festive appearances all throughout Tlaquepaque, and unify this arts & crafts haven.
Not too long ago, one of my shopping trips to JCPenney’s, had produced these very cool and funky “navajo-geo-print” jeans by Bisou Bisou. It was instant attraction for me and I’m sure that the Mexican tiles in the Tlaquepaque village had something to do with my obsession. This is probably why I couldn’t resist taking many pictures with the diverse colorful fountains and Mexican wall tiles.
My Tlaquepaque inspired outfit consisted of Bisou Bisou® Navajo Geo-Print👖, a green Hollister 🎽here, denim jacket by Ci Sono, wedge 👡 by Wanted here, my funky 👒by TobyNYC, Rampage 👛, an old Guess bracelet, 💍💎 are new purchases from a market jewelry stand in Sedona, and my fave travel 👓 by Maui Jim, here.
Thank you all for joining me on this four part Weekend Getaway journey to always sunny and breathtaking Sedona, AZ. If you’d like to learn more about Tlaquepaque, you can check out their website (featuring a Calendar of Events and a Photo Gallery): Tlaquepaque shopping Sedona Arizona, arts and crafts village, galleries, attractions.