i just discovered some family members of mine are temporarily taking up a short residency in mexico city, so unbeknownst to them (yet!) i’ll be making a visit asap! i’ve already bookmarked a few restaurants there that i’d love to visit but i’ll be adding renowned Mexican chef Enrique Olvera’s tortilla factory Molino el Pujol to the love list. a casual tortilla shop in the tree-lined and trendy avenues of chic La Condesa, the very charming Molino el Pujol looks like it fits right in. and boy, did i get hungry writing this post (it’s tuesday so it may indeed require some tacos!). we’re going to get ourselves styled up, but comfy, too in a layered look in case it starts to heat up down here south of the border. we’re wearing a cool linen top with some great black khakis and over that a hooded poncho and one of my favorite hats — a lorna murray capri hat (foldable for travel, too!). we’ll pair that with some stylish flat sandals, strappy basket tote bag, and a braided wrap belt. while you’re awaiting your fresh tortilla feast, i think you might like reading up about famed mexico city artist, frida kahlo. Kahlo by Andrea Kettenmann is a concise biography and detailed chronological summary of the life of the artist, covering her cultural and historical importance introducing us to the rich body of Kahlo’s work, exploring her fierce determination as an artist, and her significance as a painter, feminist icon, and pioneer of Latin American culture.