When visiting another city/country, I love finding shops and boutiques that I can't find at home. It's a great way to justify shopping while on vacation, especially if the sales tax is higher than home: But Dan, I won't be able to find this in Boston! While strolling through Hayes Valley in San Francisco, I walked by a store that boasted of absurdly soft shirts. I was intrigued. So of course, I made Dan and our tour guide (bossman behind broquet, Max) stop in with me. As we walked into Marine Layer I started running my hands over the different stacks of t-shirts to test out the softness. They weren't kidding! I'm a jeans and tee kinda girl, so this was my kind of store. I obviously found my way to the sale section and picked this super soft stripe muscle tee right off the rack. A little souvenir, if you will.
Returning to the East Coast was really challenging. It was cold and rainy when we touched down at Logan Airport. The time change did a number on me. I had a hard time falling asleep at night and could barely get up when the alarm went off at 6:15 AM. Thankfully, we were greeted with warm temps and sunshine on our first weekend back in Beantown, which got me feeling a bit nostalgic for the West Coast. So I decided to go for a laid back Cali vibe with my weekend wear, which was perfect for an afternoon of strolling through the city with some friends. I think I am fully recovered and am back in the swing of things
Are you heading anywhere fun for vaca? Please share and make me jealous :)
Fedora: Target (old). Here's a similar hat also at Target, $14.99.
Stripe T: Marine Layer, $29 (sale). Check out the sale section online!
1969 Legging Jeans: Gap, $55.96 (sale).
Bucket Bag: Mansur Gavriel (gifted from hubby).
Black Strappy Sandals: Mia (taylor) from Bloomie's Outlet (old). Although last season, they are available at 6PM, $27.99.
Gold Patent Foldable Flats: Fit In Clouds, c/o. These foldable flats are a life saver in between errands and stopping to shoot my OOTD. Because of it's compact size, I can easily throw it in any of my purses. I don't leave home without a pair in my bag!
Switching into my Fit In Clouds before we finish our errands for the day!
(While this post was sponsored by Fit In Clouds, opinions are my own.)