end of summer sailing

Hello and happy friday!

I feel as though I owe you an apology for not blogging this week and quite frankly for being so sparse with my posts over the past few weeks.  I have been very busy with my business as well as with some projects I committed to from a volunteer standpoint so I’ve had little time to blog.  I promise I will get back to a consistent schedule in the coming weeks – I’ve missed not being in touch as much.

During the downtime I do have these days, I’ve been really trying to live in the moment and hold onto every minute of summer we have left.  This weekend I will be spending some time on the water which I am very much looking forward to.  The days are a bit chillier and the pre-fall air is rolling in so I plan to dress a little less “summery” for a weekend sail to stay warm when the crisp ocean air rolls in.  This look will likely be a go to for Labor Day plans as well.

I hope you have something lovely planned for this late-summer weekend, and wish you an absolutely wonderful one!!

End of summer sailing | POISE.

1 | cotton wide-striped breton top – comfortable and classic {on sale}
2 | tretorn canvas sneakers – a no brainer for a casual day, I love their simplicity
3 | a scarf is a must have for me on a boat.  keeps my hair under control and always looks classic.  I love this tomato red, white and blue modern spin on a classic by Allesandra Rich.
4 |  rose gold frame aviator sunglasses by Victoria Beckham
5 | these jersey pants by Petit Bateau are so much more comfortable than jeans.  I love the relaxed yet tapered leg and think they are perfect for a day on the water.
6 | it’s getting to be cozy sweater season, this slouchy wool and mohair sweater would be great to put on later in the day tomorrow but would also be great with skinny leather pants in the fall.

About Emmanuelle

Event Planning & Public Relations in the Boston Area specializing in fashion, beauty, textiles & consumer goods.
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