One thing that always seems to be a struggle when going on an evening boat outing is the decision of what to wear. (struggle…..not a hardship :)) Now, this is a much more difficult task than one would think due to competing factors of the breeze and sun. I immediately knew that a dress was out of the question so there was to be no wardrobe malfunction. I also nixed the idea of pants because we were bound to get splashed and nobody wants to be sitting around in damp, heavy pants. Since the dress was out, a skirt was bound to be as well. I began by choosing a shirt. I found the perfect one. I saw it while on my daily Starbucks run one morning in the window of Banana Republic and knew I had to go in. It was the perfect shirt for the occasion because it is linen and long-sleeved, light yet warm. Stripes are a new thing for me, but the width of these blue and white stripes were spot on. Now on to the shorts, I decided on longer white shorts. These shorts worked well because they are not your typical short shorts. The longer length helped me stay a little bit warmer, while still staying fashionable. To pull the look together I added my authentic Hermes Constance Belt in blue and H buckle in a high polish finish. With that, there was very little accessorizing left to do. I simply used a ribbon as a head band to hold my hair out of my face, and a dark red ring to compliment the beach bag that I added. The bag gave a pop of color, was very functional and coordinated well. The bag is made by Mud Pie (this company also makes darling beach attire). I wore my Tory Burch sunglasses with a gold frame wrapped in orange leather. Because boats have strict rules with regard to shoes, I decided to go barefoot!
Sunglasses: Tory Burch ( Similar Here)