I’m heading to Bermuda this weekend with my friend Amy and my brother Grayson and we’re excited to do some exploring and take lots of pictures! I’ve never been before (even though my parents honeymooned there thirty years ago!) so I can’t wait to see it. If you have any recommendations, please share in the comments!

The weather is supposed to be a lot like Sea Island this past weekend (high 60s to low 70s, cooler at night) which means I’ll be packing lots of sweaters and white jeans. You’ve already seen a few of my favorite sweaters this season here, here, and here but I wanted to round up a bunch that are budget-friendly whether you’re braving the cold in New England or throwing on light layers down south. I’ll be heading straight from Bermuda to Rhode Island for Thanksgiving with my dad’s side of the family so I’m packing for both trips at the same time! Nordstrom always has the best selection of cozy sweaters and the best part is these are all under $150 (many under $100)…


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This striped turtleneck would be so cute with white jeans or layered underneath a Barbour jacket and this one has a loose fit perfect for Thanksgiving dinner.

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  1. Hi Mackenzie,
    I just read through the comments…Sarah really had a comprehensive list! I wish I had that list when I went in September this year, lol. This was our second time going to Bermuda, both for anniversaries. We stayed at same place Farmount South Hampton both times. I was going to ask where you were staying? If you go to the FSH, be sure to ask where the Light House is — a short walk away — where you can see amazing views from the top. Also nearby is Horse Shoe Bay which is a must see in my opinion! We also took cab to Elbow Beach Resort which I loved! We didn’t eat at Micky’s (on the sand dining) but instead ate at the tappas restaurant (forget name?) at a window seat overlooking the beach which was perfect. Later, the night life at Elbow Beach was so fun. Live band, local color, and great cocktails. A friend of mine recently went on her anniversary to The Reefs and said she loved it although sadly it rained the entire weekend for her:( They ate dinner at the WaterLot (shuttle from FSH) and raved about it. My husband and I usually go to Nantucket for our anniversary, so this year was a bit different. I think you will love Bermuda! Look forward to your post about it….Enjoy!

  2. I’m so excited for you to go to Bermuda the first time! It’s one of my favorite places and I’ve been many times. I’ve put a few of my recommendations below, and I hope you enjoy your trip!

    La Trattoria, Hamilton
    The Pickled Onion, Hamilton
    Mickey’s Bistro, Paget (at Elbow Beach)
    Frog & Onion Pub, Dockyard
    Portofino, Hamilton
    Swizzle Inn, Bailey’s Bay
    Lobster Pot & Boat House Bar, Hamilton
    (If you have reciprocity to Coral Beach, they have an amazing restaurant at the club!)

    Shopping (all in Hamilton)
    The Irish Linen Shop
    A.S. Cooper
    Crisson Jewlers
    English Sports Shop
    The Island Shop
    Gosling Brothers

    Coral Beach (private beach)
    Elbow Beach
    Horseshoe Bay
    Church Bay
    Warwick Long Bay

    Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse
    Somerset Bridge
    Unfinished Church
    National Museum of Bermuda
    Bermuda National Gallery
    Bermuda Anglican Cathedral
    Spittal Pond Nature Reserve
    Railway Trail
    Bermuda Botanical Gardens
    Crystal and Fantasy Caves
    Portuguese Rock

    Enjoy! I look forward to reading all about your trip.

        1. Bermuda is one of my favorite places in the world! You guys will love the Botanical Gardens, Railway Trail, and the Unfinished Church for Instagram pictures/blog posts 🙂