Earlier this summer, I traveled to the Hamptons for a weekend getaway with a friend. Thankfully, we traveled by car, and from Maine (which alleviated major traffic stress.) While it was still a trek, the ferries allow you to break up your trip; where you can get a drink, read your book with your feet up, and get a little kiss by the sun.
We booked our accommodations far too late, hence, zero pictures of that experience. Our air bnb was a remodeled apartment slash basement in East Hampton, with no natural light or a full length mirror. However, we knew we wanted to be exploring, eating, or shopping, so we survived. Next time, I will find a place months in advance, and I strongly encourage you to do the same. 😉
Anyways, we spent the weekend exploring The Hamptons, and I quickly found my favorite nook. Sag Harbor. I am really having an ah-ha moment in my return to the feminine. Floral dresses, victorian silhouettes, and restored farm houses, are all I hunt for these days. Stumbling upon Sag Harbor was exactly what my inspired heart was craving. Sag Harbor has the best of the Hamptons with chic boutiques, local meets fine dining, and many an overpriced, yet very well curated antique shop.
This mini-post shares the sweet discoveries we enjoyed while in Sag Harbor, Happy Exploring! Xx
43 Madison St, Sag Harbor, NY
117 Main St. Sag Harbor, NY
25 Washington St. Sag Harbor, NY
4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, NY
Goop’s Sag Harbor pop up is a not so low key, total dream. Sprinkled with leather sandals, diamond bracelets and Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum, this shop is far from average. Goop’s online shop is the most well curated destination for the mindful, modern woman. This pop up perfectly caters to the Hamptons market, with an abundant supply of clean beauty products, gardening supplies and the in latest Goop literature. Quite seriously, I have never felt so at home in a retail space. Gah. I love. Please visit, you will NOT regret it!! 🙂
With locations in TriBeCa, East Hampton and Sag Harbor, this styled restaurant certainly knows their audience. We popped in to admire the linen upholstered furniture, earthy tones and international flavor of the Sag Harbor storefront and restaurant, only to later dine at the East Hampton location. Not surprisingly, we had spaghetti for lunch and they had a great gluten free option. Superb people watching, awesome atmosphere and lovely Italian cuisine.
Also of note,
Provisions, Sag Harbor’s market where you will most likely find Nancy Meyers seeking inspiration. I am kidding, but also not. This market is the perfect pit stop if you’re on the go, building a picnic, or in need of a quick meal. I didn’t snap any pics, but we got breakfast and some snacks and their options were healthy and gluten free friendly.
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All pics are taken on iphone, and edited by yours truly. Want more Hamptons content? Simply say so in the comments below! Xx