Farm Stand Friday's
Photography by Meg Niemann | @MSNPhotography
Lisa & Bill’s quality produce from the Babinski Farm located at the corner of Beach Lane in Wainscott is like no other farmstand! The Babinski Farm is a family owned farm and farmstand that has been selling produce, jams, breads, and pies for over 30 years! The stand is open Memorial Days through the fall Harvest! My family and I have been coming to this farmstand for over 23 years! Out in the Hamptons there are hundreds of farmstands to choose from, however the Babinski stand happens to always be a family fav! There is nothing more satisfying to my taste buds than picking up fresh tomatoes and peaches to throw into a summer salad.
One of the reasons I love this stand so much is that I can hop off the beach with my bike, and grab the produce before heading home! I choose to wear this matching top and short outfit by the brand Beach Freedom because it is the perfect “Beach to Farmstand” look! This matching outfit is great to wear as a cover up on the beach, or for a day exploring and shopping in the towns of the Hamptons! I paired this outfit with my all time FAVORITE Elina Linardaki Penny Lane sandals that I found at The Shoe Box OF COURSE!
Elina Linardaki handmade sandals are the “ brainchildren of a mother - daughter duo, who lovingly combined a fresh point of view with the classic artisanal leather aesthetics and created a unique style of their own. The brand came to its inception in 2014, and quickly managed to standout and establish a HUGE presence in over 70 countries. Τheir trademark is a mix - and - match of naturally tanned leather and colorful details such as traditionally painted trims and ceramic beads, friendship macramé and pom poms, gold plated charms, even semiprecious stones and swarovski crystals. Most of the above materials are handmade. Τhe same goes for the shoe designs, which are solely hand manufactured by skillful artisanals. Τhat is why each and every Elina Linardaki sandal is so unique and so well taken care of to the last detail.” If you want to know more about their story check out the website here.
Comment below with your favorite farmstands and where they are located!