DRESS Belmont Seersucker Dress c/o (wearing size 0) | SHOES White Espadrille Wedges | EARRINGS Pearl Studs | CLUTCH Woven Clutch (old, similar linked) | BRACELET David Yurman Bracelet
This past Saturday night on Nantucket (fun fact – the locals say “on Nantucket” instead of “in”) was one I’ll never forget. After an incredible day sailing with the Southern Tide team, it was off to a party at one of the cutest stores in town, Shift, followed by an outdoor dinner at a local favorite, Millie’s. Can I go back and do it all over again?
In prepping for this trip, I knew I’d want a dress for the evening that was perfectly classic and timeless… something to perfectly reflect the ageless charm of Nantucket. After shopping around Southern Tide, I was floored to find so many gorgeous dresses in their women’s line!
For years I’ve known Southern Tide as a go-to destination for southern t-shirts, fun croakies and other accessories, but hadn’t realized just how lovely their women’s collection was. From seersucker to scallops, that classic southern charm that I love so much is sewn into each piece, I’m also here to tell you that the quality is absolutely beautiful. Exhibit A? The Belmont Seersucker Dress I selected for the night!
I had the hardest time choosing between this Belmont Seersucker dress, the Charleston Wavy Scallop dress and the Nautical Stripe dress (on sale!), but finally settled on the first for its gorgeous low back. Doesn’t it make for the most lovely, unexpected touch? Combined with its timeless shift silhouette (I’m wearing a size 0) and gorgeous seersucker fabric, it’s the preppy frock of my dreams, and was perfect for an evening celebrating on gorgeous Nantucket with the Southern Tide team.
Because of its classic, feminine style, this dress is one I’ll have in my closet for years to come. You know those pieces of clothing you own that remind you of a certain special moment you experienced in them? This dress will always remind me of Nantucket, and the gorgeous three days I spent there!
Love from Texas,
Photography by Danielle Sabol