This dress is another I got from eShakti. I got lots of comments on how "patriotic" I looked, so festive attire accomplished! It was really comfortable cotton material besides, so I felt relatively cool and swamp-ass free all day.
I like the way the arrows slims down my chest. The original dress came with a scoop neck, but I thought it would better to have a v-neck to echo the chevron blocking. And BONUS! The dress has bra strap keeps so you don't show any strap AND it has pockets! That kind of thing gets me excited.
Gotta have some bitchin' shades! I got these for a dollar at Michael's a couple years ago.
On days this hot, a ponytail to keep the hair off your sweaty neck is a must.
Since there was going to be lots of walking around on the docks and to the nearby hotel (lots of holiday festivities and food going on!), I thought I'd wear some simple white sneakers and navy socks.
The Yorktown has a really cool museum and walking tour. I haven't done it since I was in grade school, but I plan to go again soon!
|The College of Charleston has a sailing class here. These are the boats they use!|
|Looking out into the harbor.|
|Cheers! I knitted this coozie, BTW. It's my favorite.|
|Just to give you an idea of some of the fireworks we saw. Bill Dubert took this picture.|