A little sampling of my outfits & adventures on my seaside holiday... Part One of Three.
✯ This little late '30s/early '40s shift dress and bolero set is awfully sweet, don't you think? I wore it on a guerilla photo shoot at this private beach in the very wealthy & exclusive town of Osterville, shh!
✯ I'm back in my '40s nautical toile frock! This is one of my all time favorite dresses; it's perfect in every way. It looked lovely against the gray skies and waters down by the canal here in Sandwich. Sandwich is the oldest town on the Cape, and is a very history-oriented town... which is lucky for me, 'cause that's where my family hails from! Indeed, it was at my aunt and uncle's house there that I stayed.
✯ My 1930s beach pyjamas proved themselves to be my most amusing and endearing item of clothing, though. The legs are so wide, I can fit all of myself into one leg, hehe. But they sure are cool in the muggy weather, and they're so much fun to wear. Note the swan in the second picture! I tried to get a closer picture, but it hissed at me, and swans, while beautiful, terrify me.
Well, that's it for now, folks. Hope all's well; see you soon!