GINGHAM GOING OUT TOP

Good morning, friends. We had a pretty emotional weekend with the news that my cousin’s friend passed away on Friday night two weeks after being shot leaving a wedding reception in Atlanta with my cousin and two of their friends. So many of you generously donated to his medical expenses when I shared the link on Instagram last week and I am just heartbroken to pass along this devastating news. Please keep his family, my cousin, and the entire extended Millie’s family in your thoughts and prayers this week.

I was happy to get back to Nantucket this weekend and spend some quality time with my parents, my Grandy, my uncle, and my brother Camden and his friends. The weather wasn’t great the past couple days so we tackled some projects around the house, made it to Millie’s for dinner and church the next day, and took a glorious afternoon nap with the windows open listening to the rain. Feeling extra grateful for my family and this special island this week.

I wanted to share this outfit that I wore out to dinner with Will last weekend. I love this reversible gingham cami which might be the closest thing to a going out top (did anyone else use that phrase in college?) in my current closet. The sunset in town was absolutely exquisite that night — I like to think it was a little hello from all our loved ones up in heaven. 💙

cami nyc daria reversible cami in navy gingham going out top

nantucket sunset

cami nyc daria reversible cami in navy gingham going out top on design darling

nantucket boat basin on design darling

nantucket lightship basket and castaner carina espadrilles

nantucket boat basin

cami nyc daria reversible cami in navy gingham

nantucket sunken ship at sunset

cami nyc the daria reversible cami in navy gingham

Cami NYC reversible gingham top  //  Ralph Lauren cable-knit sweater  //  J.Crew white jeans

Celine sunglasses  //  Nantucket lightship basket  //  Castaner espadrilles

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  1. I’m so devastated to hear about this sad news. I lost my brother in a similar wrong place, wrong time situation. I’m praying for all of you. Going to hug my family a little tighter today. I know you will do the same.

  2. I’m so sorry to hear about your cousin’s friend. How devastating! Will be keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

    On a happier note, this top is wonderful and you couldn’t have picked a prettier backdrop. We’re off to Nantucket for the first time in August and I’ve bookmarked your guide!