Anna October Dress (also love this one, black version here), Mansur Gavriel Sandals, Rebecca de Ravenel Earrings (less expensive version here), Seagrass Bag
Harbour Island is filled with color and character, but I think this pineapple fence takes the cake. Have you ever seen anything like it? And the pastel painted house behind it is pretty cute, too. It was just around the corner from where we were staying at Bahama House Inn, so we knew we had to head over and shoot in front of it before dinner one night. I’m already missing the island so much and can’t wait to go back later this year. A few of our friends are heading there this week and I’ve been trying to convince Thomas that we need to go too, but unfortunately he is all too practical.
This Anna October dress was love at first sight. The fit and flare style. The ricrac rainbow trim. It’s a little bit of everything I love and is one of those dresses that just makes you feel happy when you put it on. I love that many of her pieces from the spring collection have this rainbow ricrac trim, like this navy top and skirt, this off the shoulder dress, this wrap cotton top, this off the shoulder top and these pants. My dress also comes in a black version and another similar white version here.
I’ve also been carrying this Seagrasstotes bag everywhere with me. I originally found it on FiveStory, but have since discovered the brand’s website here and their Etsy site here. They have so many cute styles (like this one I also have) and all of them are under $100. Any one of them would make the perfect spring accessory to pair with flowy dresses and light cotton pieces as the days warm up.