Waterside

Waterside Dining Style || Runway Chef Day-to-night, night-to-day. When you have not one, but two, fabulous restaurants to eat at while spending a day in the Hamptons, having an outfit, or a few key pieces, that can easily transition is key. Going from a day of chic Southamptons attire for lunch at the trendy 75 Main (seen in Saturday’s surprise post) to an evening of casual elegant waterside dining, only took a few simple changes. For me, that meant a switch of shoes, the addition of a necklace, and a skirt-to-pants transition. Michelle’s changes- throwing on a necklace and the exchange of sandals for heels- were slightly less complex, but still perfect for our dinner. The only thing not quite so perfect? The weather. A storm rolled in just as we we’re starting to eat (talk about raining on a parade). While I love a good storm by the water, I prefer to not be sitting on the water when they happen. But don’t worry, our dinner attire escaped unscathed and we even managed to get in a few bites of dessert before the downpour!

More about that dessert (and all the other delicious food we ate) over on Michelle’s site!

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On Michelle: Joe Fresh Top & Pants c/o, Madewell Shoes, Old Navy Bag,  Rayban Sunnies, Rocksbox Bracelet c/o, BaubleBar Earrings & Necklace c/o