August 3rd, 2012
Feld Trip

On The Cliffs

On the cliffs

I am on Martha’s Vineyard, where I have summered my entire life. One of my favorite spots to pick up little cotton summer dresses for under $50, tunics, summer scarves, straw market baskets, and flip-flops, is an itty-bitty shop in Aquinnah called On The Cliffs. The name is apt, as the shop literally sits at the top of the famed Gay Head cliffs.

Yesterday I picked up an adorable navy cotton dress with navy embroidery for a mere $30. Along with a new rope bracelet and a lobster roll (both can be bought right there as well), I am in full vacation mode.

SHOP

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MARC JACOBS

Faux shearling-lined cotton-corduroy jacket

GIANVITO ROSSI

Fona boucle-knit over-the-knee sock boots

VANESSA SEWARD

Earl Shearling-trimmed suede jacket

JOSEPH

Cassidy printed silk-satin midi shirt dress

MR & MRS ITALY

Shearling-lined cotton-canvas parka

THEORY

Genie wool-blend flannel straight-leg pants

HARRIS WHARF LONDON

Wool-felt coat

MARC JACOBS

Cropped denim jacket with faux fur

I LOVE MR MITTENS

The Cardigan balloon-sleeved wool cardigan

ISABEL MARANT

Telima quilted-velvet jacket

A.P.C.

Milou roll-neck wool-blend sweater

VANESSA SEWARD

Erith leather midi skirt

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  • Ah, I would love a New England holiday, I’ve summered on the French Riviera all my life, it’s time for a change for me. Nantucket is high on my list.

    TabithaAugust 3rd, 2012  10:10 AM

     
  • Tell you what I think:
    I think it is unfortunate that you deleted my comment about using summer as a verb. You should have more spunk than that!

    MargoAugust 10th, 2012  12:51 AM

     
  • Summer has been used as a verb since the 15th century.

    PrestonAugust 23rd, 2012  6:58 AM

     
  • Margo – Not only are you wrong, but to come to someone’s blog and berate them is in really poor taste.

    Verb
    summer (third-person singular simple present summers, present participle summering, simple past and past participle summered)
    (intransitive) To spend the summer, as in a particular place on holiday.
    We like to summer in the Mediterranean.

    verb (used without object)
    to spend or pass the summer: They summered in Maine.

    verb (used with object)
    to keep, feed, or manage during the summer: Sheep are summered in high pastures.

    JamieAugust 23rd, 2012  7:30 AM

     

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