I’m not going to explain what Shabbat is because I don’t have a lot of knowledge about this and I don’t want to say something that it’s not true. But on Friday evening we went to Old Jaffa to enjoy some sunny time at their vintage cafe’s and were surprised to see that many people on the streets. We didn’t know that at sunset on Friday evening starts the Shabbat that ends on Saturday at about the same time and it’s their day off, as Sunday is to Christians. Literally everyone was out on the streets, having a great time. All restaurants and cafes were full and you could hear live music at every corner. These people do know how to do a day off. There were a lot of vintage boutiques open and had a great time wandering around the vibrant streets, so much different looking than during the week, when everything is so much quiet.
It was such an amazing warm day that I wore a t-shirt, sneakers and my fave ruffled lace skirt from La Maison de Confiance. This skirt looked just like the happy day of Shabbat, super joyful, with lots of movement and texture. Love the lace pattern and the butter colour. You can also find a lace matching hoodie at La Maison de Confiance if you like to wear coordinates, but it was way too hot that day in Tel Aviv for the hoodie. I wore it with white jeans and a hat in a different look. I will show you that look soon, but in the meantime if you like this skirt, you know where to find it and they have it also on black (great with tights and boots even on this weather).