During your vacation at El Farolito in Santa Fe, NM, you will have to opportunity to experience much culture, art, and entertainment. However, you might also want to do a little shopping while you’re in town. There are a variety of unique Santa Fe boutiques that might pique your interest. Bring home a souvenir or buy an outfit to wear while you’re in town. We hope you find just what you’re looking for at one of these Santa Fe boutiques!
6 Santa Fe Boutiques
At Cupcake Clothing, you will find a variety of women’s clothing and accessories. From that perfect pair of stylish sunglasses to wear in the desert to a trendy kimono that will keep you covered but cool, Cupcake Clothing has got you covered with vacation wear! These pieces are ones to keep.
For authentic jewelry, pottery, fetishes, and other local treasures that will serve well as souvenirs, add Keshi the Zuni Collection to your list of Santa Fe boutiques to visit. Here, you will find carved pendants, turquoise bracelets, beaded cuffs, and gemstone necklaces in the jewelry department. A one-of-a-kind piece of pottery also serves as a great gift to bring home (for yourself or others)!
Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse is the place to be for some good books to read during your relaxing vacation. Sit back and drink a nice, cool iced coffee while strumming through some pages of a new book. The coffeehouse is run by Iconic Coffee Roasters and also features free WiFi along with good books.
One of the best Santa Fe boutiques to visit is Maya, which features contemporary design and unique pieces that will serve as great take-home items. The materials and craftsmanship are top-notch, from exquisite, eclectic jewelry to handmade scarves to one-of-a-kind clothing. There are even some lovely collectibles that might be wonderful gifts to bring back to loved ones.
Of nationally known Santa Fe boutiques, Double Take is the largest retail and resale store. This is a destination spot for travelers, as well as bargain hunters. You can look for anything from vintage and designer bags to oils, drawings, and prints from internationally known artist K.W. Moore Sr. In the art department, you will also find local pottery, rugs, and decor.
Traveler’s Market is another great choice for Santa Fe boutiques to peruse over the weekend. This tribal art and antique outdoor market opens at the end of May and continues until mid-September, open only on Sundays from 8am to 2pm. Because of its specific hours, this is a hot spot, and a great place to search for that diamond in the rough. From folk art to textiles, there is sure to be a style that will suit your taste.
After Shopping at Santa Fe Boutiques
Shopped until you dropped? After your day perusing Santa Fe boutiques, come back and relax at El Farolito! Located in the city’s downtown historic district, within walking distance of restaurants and bars, this is an ideal retreat with the best of both worlds! Relax in the quiet garden corridor or keep exploring the city before a good night’s sleep. When you wake up in the morning, we will provide a gourmet breakfast to start your day off right. For more information on what to do in Santa Fe, download our free vacation guide!