Last Chance Dept.
They almost tore it down in ’67.
Your mother was there, raising Cain. Others too.
Before the Statue of Liberty, the lighthouse on Montauk Point was the first thing immigrants saw on their travels to America. It was the first beacon of hope in their quest for a new life. To them, it was America.
Now it’s where you walk George every morning at 6 a.m., before the crowds. He likes the bluffs, chasing the tennis ball on the rocky shore, and gnawing the scattered driftwood. You like the sunrise, the wind on your face and the humpbacks in September.
This textured ankle pant and soft cotton sweater with the loose knit shoulders and V-shaped hem reminds me of walks like this; quiet moments on eastern shores; moments that generations of people before you traveled bravely to acquire. Some things should stay right where they are, if not for nostalgia’s sake, then because the past still aids in navigation, be that of the sea, and life.
The Textured Ankle Pant (No. 4916). The perfect length for going barefoot on the sand or wearing heels, flats, or sandals (when not on sand). Textured tonal weave. Self-fabric waistband. Zip fly. Flat front. Back darts at each side below waistband.
Women’s sizes: 0 through 20.
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Fabric Content: 51% Cotton, 46% Polyester, 3% Elastane.
Care Instructions: Machine Washable.
Inseam: 27 1/2".