Monday, June 29, 2015

Junk Love: And a Ship to Sail Her By

As we creep closer to the 4th of July, I find myself yearning for saltwater taffy and sand between my toes. As an adult, I would never go to the beach at this time of year--too many people for my taste. But fireworks at the beach defines the summers of my childhood. We didn't go to fancy hotels or quiet beaches. Nope, it was the lights and kitsch of Myrtle Beach, back when the Pavilion still existed. The Fourth of July was all about the rickety Log Flume and walking the Boardwalk with wet shorts to get dipped ice cream cones and spend all our money in the Gay Dolphin. And then it was rushing back to the cheap hotel to crowd onto our balcony just in time for the bursts of light in the sky. I tend to get nostalgic this time of year, and if you follow our blog, you'll notice a lot of nautical, red, blue, and beachy-type things. Like today, where we are focusing on sailing-influenced fashion. This graphic sailboat dress is a dream come true:
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This Malia dress still has sailboats, although they are a little more abstract:

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And nothing is better than a big, bold Vera:
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One of my favorite things in our shop is this 1960s drop-waist skort dress:
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And I love the applique on this 70s wrap skirt!
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If you're not into red, white, and blue nautical, you could always go for something a little more intellectual, like this 1950s skirt with maps, globes, compasses, ships, and sea monsters in the print. Love it!
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Or this one with sailboats and nautical info for Nantucket Sound:
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Nautical flags and anchors are a great way to pay homage to the sea without dressing like a sailor:
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In our shop

Or perhaps your own little sailboat! On your finger, of course....

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