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ONE DAY IN BRIDGEHAMPTON

// Significant Other dress //

I was just in Bridgehampton for work the other day before Team Suarez and I hit the beach to catch that perfect evening light. Blue skies and a candy pink sunset. Summer in the Hamptons is fabulous, but it’s also just as magical in the Fall. I think I will plan another little getaway come October or November back to Montauk. There’s just something about the ease and elegance you feel by the breezy beaches, snuggled up under a cashmere sweater. My favorite time of the year. 

// Lanvin dress, Soru earrings //

LAST FEW DAYS OF SUMMER

// H&M dress, Le Specs x Adam Selman sunglasses, Sophia Webster shoes, Chanel bag //

Throw on your sun dress and sporty shades. There are only a few more days left of summer. It went by so fast. It was one where I actually got to embrace a simple summer in the city, where the parks are the only place to go. This may be the only year where I can fully stay put, and I’m grateful for all this time here in my neighborhood. Slowly, I can already feel the cool breeze coming in as we approach fall. There is always a sense of freshness and excitement that I feel as we move into a new season. The city is so, so ready for it. 

SUMMER SWEETS – KATE SPADE NEW YORK

// Kate Spade cardigan, shorts, handbag (similar), earrings, and shoes //

I am serving up my favorite sweet treats on Kate Spade plates! Lately, I am keeping things close to home, and this is how summer is looking for me so far. Who knew a picnic basket could double as my favorite purse? I’ve got the cherries. The pie. The fruits. Kate Spade brings on the sunshine yet again. 

SOMEWHERE OUT EAST | MONTAUK

I took my Audi R8 to Montauk this summer, and boy does this baby vrrooom fast. Summer never feels complete without a car and the open road. You just feel free, unstoppable, and more excited to explore than ever before. I was out east for a weekend work trip…but managed to squeeze in a ton of R&R. Montauk is a place I’ve been going to for years, but this time, it felt new, exciting, and special. With the usual stops, like dinner at Crow’s Nest and countless hours in the roman baths at Gurney’s, I also ventured out to Sag Harbor. We sailed away in a friend’s boat called The Kiwi in Sag Harbor out to the beautiful untouched shores of Gardiner’s Island. Some of the most peaceful beaches are out East…as are the memories.

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