June 20, 2018

Feeling Nautical in Hilton Head

I wouldn't call this the most practical outfit for walking along sandy beaches, but it does make an adorable outfit for strolling along the boardwalk! As soon as I saw this skirt I knew I had to have it! I adore railroad stripes, and the face that it was an A-line with bow detail at the waist sealed the deal for me! This is a skirt I will be wearing all summer long. I paired it with cold-shoulder striped shirt from Loft, Tilly Sandal wedges from Kate Spade, a straw boater hat, and a KJP Pearl Sailor bracelet that I am wearing as a necklace.

Having never been to Hilton Head Island before, I wasn't really sure what to expect. Our first stop was Harbour Town in the gates Sea Pines resort. Be forewarned - You do need to pay to enter Sea Pines (and thus Harbour Town) and they only accept cash...which led to some ridiculous hijinx at 8am, as we tried to find a place that could break the single, large cash bill we had with us (it ended up being a Starbucks, which was fully manned be retirees who wanted nothing to do with our blogger-selves). There are a number of coffee shops and stores outside of the community and once inside Sea Pines, there are some beautiful beaches, a lovely light hours, and some cute, local shops. It is primarily a quiet area, very residential with lots of golf courses, horse riding trails, etc.

After a visit to Harbour Town, we stopped by Bluffton, South Carolina for brunch at the very delicious Corner Perk. I highly recommend stopping by this little cafe if you are nearby. The menu was both unique and Southern and everything was absolutely delicious.

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