Last Chance Dept.
You get there by ferry or small plane.
But it’s your imagination that really gets you there. A certain transportive vibration in the soul you came to terms with long before setting foot on the sand dunes. Before the summer breeze delicately kissed your face.
You gave yourself to it and now you’re taking in a sunrise with the seals at Siasconset.
There are no neon signs. No fast food. In 1919, it was suggested to pave over the cobblestone of what was once called State Street (now Main Street) to accommodate automobiles. It’s no longer suggested.
Beach plums in the tall grass. Young’s Bicycle Shop. Sunsets on the west shore. Soda fountains your grandparents told you about. The American Indians called it a, “far away island.” You call it a necessary reminder of a simpler life. Maybe even a better life. There’s a lighthouse to guide your way. A bonfire on the beach to warm you.
The details of this particular adventure unfold during a summer in Nantucket, but they are interchangeable. What you want them to be. You just need to give yourself to it. Flow into it.
Like an ocean breeze.
The Breezy Tunic (No. 4579).
Sophisticated enough for a moonlit dinner but spontaneous enough for that bike ride to the dunes (or dune equivalent), and many things in between. The feminine crossover front will catch eyes. Has a relaxed, flowy fit with French seam finishes. Mandarin band collar. Long convertible sleeves with tab and button. The cuffs are 2 1/4” with 2 buttons for adjustments. Curved shirttail hem in back. 100% Polyester.
Women’s sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL.
Colors: Peach, White.
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