Sunday, July 12, 2015

Fourth of July

Dress: Forever 21. Sweater: J. Crew. Necklace: Max & Chloe. Shoes: Adrianna Papell. Clutch: Louis Vuitton. Watch: Chanel. 

Ted and I spent out first weekend on Martha's Vineyard together 8 years ago for the Fourth of July. It's always one of my favorite times to visit the island despite how crowded it is for the holiday.

I'm finally working on a travel guide for the Vineyard and along with it started to put together a bucket list of things I wanted to do on the island. I was able to cross dining at State Road in West Tisbury, pictured above, off the list. It's one of the highly rated farm-to-table restaurants on the island and now I know why. The starters were my favorite - don't skip the mussels and crab tater tots.

Romper: Sea Gypsies. Shoes: Jack Rogers. Sunglasses: Ray Ban.

This is one of my favorite little spots in downtown Edgartown on North Summer Street. After getting a coffee at Espresso Love I love to roam around. (Rompers don't usually work for me since I have a short torso but I found this coverup when we visited West Palm Beach that worked. Happy to finally wear it.)


My guide will include a stop at Bad Martha Brewery. It's a great spot to check out during the afternoon after the beach. Live music, beer, charcuterie, cheese.... what else do I need to say.


Snap from North Water Street. Probably one of the reasons I love Edgartown so much at this time of year is because the hydrangeas are blooming. I can't get enough!

Sweater: Forever 21. Shorts: Forever 21. 

More stripes. This open knit sweater is perfect for cool summer days.


Ted's brother drove us out to East Beach on Chappy. No one is around so I can be silly and practice my handstands... not something I would do at a crowded beach. 

Dress: Lilly for Target. 

We had a prime view of the fireworks at the Wave Pool Bar on Dock Street at the Kelley House.

I hope you are all enjoying the summer months!
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