A hike we took on our recent trip to Sausalito led us on us a long and winding path to a hidden cove and a beach with views of the Golden Gate Bridge – a perfect place to collect sea glass. Sadly, recycling, though good for the environment, has led to a dearth of these pretty weathered gems so we’ll have to get our fix in other ways. Perhaps you’ll find us showing up at your next party wearing this delightful dress…
paired with this beautiful necklace…
our toes painted in this hot hue…
and feeling glamorous in these sexy specs.
Our mother taught us that no good guest shows up empty-handed so we’d definitely be bringing you this beautiful bowl – perhaps filled with cherries!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend of beach combing and sun!
P.S. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway – a signed copy of Joanne Weir’s book, Tequila!
Photos via Pinterest, Net-A-Porter, Elva Fields, Nordstrom, ASOS and Lawrence McRae
Such pretty gems!
Lovely minty fresh colors, so soothing~
enjoy the weekend.
Ok, I seriously want this bowl and sunglasses! Love the color too:).
Thank you for your kind comment yesterday. It meant so much.
So pretty!! Am in love with that necklace…….absolutely stunning! Enjoy your weekend.
Gorgeous finds, coveting that necklace!
I love that necklace!! Great finds and Happy friday!!!
Your beach combing may not have turned up any sea glass, but you’ve found all kinds of lovely treasure. That bowl would look perfect filled with cherries! Hope you have a lovely weekend! XO
I’m with everyone else who is loving the fab Elva Fields necklace – I have one from her in similar colors that I love!! But all the choices are beautiful!!
Maybe no sea glass, but you found treasures!
Have a great weekend!
All of these images make me think of sea glass too….and that bowl filled with cherries…how pretty would that be?
When I was a child, I grew up in Puerto Rico and there was one beach that was covered in sea glass – you could hardly see any sand. My mom and I would go (with very thick shoes) and pick up all the pretty-colored gems and use them to make different types of gifts for family back on the mainland. I love sea glass and all of your inspirational finds. Thanks for sharing!
This mint green color (ie Sea glass) will always be one of my fave colors!