island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon
island afternoon

An outfit from our first full day on Nantucket – one that was so relaxing and enjoyable, we didn’t feel the need to leave The Wauwinet! After taking a leisurely stroll on the beach in the morning, we lunched at Topper’s, the inn’s highly-rated restaurant, and were not at all disappointed. Unfortunately I couldn’t try the locally-sourced oysters that they’re known for (B said they were delicious), but my fried chicken sandwich topped with “sri-ranch-a” and kimchee plus a bite or two of B’s buttery lobster roll easily made up for that. And I loved that the breads were served in Nantucket lightship baskets. After lunch we went for a bike ride on a couple of the inn’s complimentary bicycles – a great way to explore the island. Of course we needed to re-fuel after such a strenuous endeavor, which proved to be right about the time the inn was serving their afternoon cheese and port (not that we timed it that way or anything ;-).

Ray-Ban wayfarers
A.V. Max necklace
Zara top (sold out, try this one)
Ela Stone bracelet
BCBG watch (old, similar here)
Mango shorts
Zara sandals (close match)

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District of Chic was a guest of The Wauwinet, all views and opinions are my own.

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Ohhhh, lobster rolls! I'm drooling just thinking about it. I've never been to Nantucket but I've always wanted to go! I'm loving those sandals (and that picture of the cheese and port!)

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you look great, wow

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I love those shorts!!
And all that food looks SO good (Except the oysters, haha, they feel a little too gross for me)
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Those shorts are so cute. Your fried chicken sandwich looks fantastic.

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Not only does your outfit look great, but so does that delicious food! YUMMY!

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Stunning – everything! I love those shoes, and that food looks soooo delicious. xx

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This outfit is amazing. I loved that tunic when you wore it the first time and looked for it when I was in Zara while in NYC because of you. Those shoes are so good! I love how you incorporate all your amazing trips into your posts.

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I'm glad you're liking the travel photos! B and I love using the blog as a way to look back and remember the places we've been!

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Love the outfit and photos. Definitely such nice vibes for bike riding.

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Such a fab look and gorgeous photos!
xo Southern Style

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beautiful post!! love your outfit, so chic!!

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You look gorgeous! Those shoes? Love them!
xx

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this is such an ideal summer post!! from the bike, the food and the outfit!! awesome!

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Aside from looking completely picturesque, complementary bikes could not be more perfect. I am becoming completely envious of the summer you are having!
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thank you so much for visiting my blog!! I love your blog! this outfit is so cute! the red shorts look amazing xx

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Love the fringe detail & love your shoes!

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Love the boho feel of this look! It's perfect. 🙂

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Even for people who aren't allergic to seafood (I'm assuming you were, or allyrgic to oysters, but if not then oh well) I feel like there's some strange thing with oysters that makes them unsettling… haha. Just the fact that you're sucking slime from a hard split rock basically. I dunno, man.

The fringe on your top is gorgeous!

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Love your outfit and lovely pictures.
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You look gorgeous in your outfit! And the food makes me hungry!

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