Here are a few of my summer 2021 tweaks: We brought back our favorite cheeses from the Grey Barn in Chilmark — they are available online and make an excellent hostess gift. The week was teeming with family and events so I didn’t get a chance to read. Now back home, I’ve just started The Last Thing He Told Me. It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with Carthusia’s Mediterraneo citrusy scent — perfume, body lotion, and soap — and recently added the candle to my repertoire. Continuing with the citrus theme, ginger limeade is my drink this summer. Here is a good recipe, but Califa Farms is easy and delicious, too. A swimsuit and fisherman knit sweater are my favorite evening-at-the-beach attire. Starting Monday, Tori Jones will have a pop-up on Block Island filled with vintage and one-of-a-kind finds; I reached out to her about these sweaters. And, I finally found shallow, individual wooden salad bowls at an outdoor market on Martha’s Vineyard; they will be perfect with my new white linen tablecloth that I picked up at the Grey Barn.
I love the sweaters. So timeless. Also, I am currently reading “The Last Thing He Told Me” too.
I really love Linen Tales! Now to get the length right…
I want those fisherman sweaters!!!!
Of course you are THE online source for all things chic and up to the moment, but I also love your book , food and drink recommendations!!
Keep ‘em coming!
The Last Thing He Told Me mentions our restaurant Poggio in Sausalito! We don’t do garlic bread though!
Just finished the book and loved it – I read where it’s already being adapted into a movie starring Julie Roberts as the lead. Perfect!
I love these posts where you share the latest and greatest! I’m curious to hear your thoughts on the book. I have a strong opinion, but will hold it until you are finished. There is nothing chicer than a white washed linen tablecloth, thank you for introducing me to Linen Tales. I’m off to measure my dining table and outdoor furniture… Marcheline Isabelle
I will take the limeade, cheese and one of those sweaters please! And if that table cloth comes in a runner, I’ll take that too!
Love your site. Fisherman sweaters, wooden bowls and a linen tablecloth all exquisite.
I’ve been looking for individual shallow wood bowls for a year – yours are gorgeous. Loved that book and am having a hard time finding another to get into easily. Great sweaters but too itchy for me – how do you do it?
Great post. But you really had me at “shallow, individual wooden salad bowls..”
Thanks for the Califa recommendation, I’ve been missing the one Blue Print had.
Which outdoor market did you find the bowls?
I found the Grey Barn on my way to Menemsha to see the sunset. I was also in Edgartown and got to try the delicious pastries at Atria.