Black Jumpsuit and a Lobster Roll

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

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Last weekend felt like summer.  The weather was warm and the convertible was waiting for us, so Richard and I went for a ride up the coast for a lobster roll.  

We landed at a little lobster shack in Rye Harbor, NH and found a beautiful spot to eat.  I savored every bite--lobster is one of my favorite foods. BIG YUM!

Here's what I wore.

I just can't get enough jumpsuits in my life.  They're SO comfy and versatile.
Although this one is no longer in stock, here's another that I own and love. Size down, it's roomy. 

I also own this Eileen Fisher jumpsuit and wear it constantly, both dressed up or down. 
Highly recommend.
As with all Eileen Fisher, the cut is generous.

And here are some other suggestions too.
HERE (just $26.90) and HERE 

My bag is from MZ Wallace. I have a bit of an obsession with their bags and own quite a few. The line is pricey, but in my opinion, worth the money. However, there are lots of similar bags for a fraction of the price too. This one is under $50.00

I'm also wearing my comfiest sneakers. I own them in white and black...they're amazing!

I'm a huge fan of The Freshwater Pearl Company. Not only is their jewelry stunning and reasonably priced, but the owner Brian has become a dear friend.  He started the business in honor of his amazing mom who passed away from breast cancer and he gives back to many important causes, including cancer research and Uncommon Threads.
Shop the Amanda necklace here--it's one of my favorites.

And of course, no casual outfit would be complete without a denim jacket.
HERE  and HERE  (see below--just $22.49 and I love the cropped cut!). 

A few photos from our glorious day.  Rye, NH is gorgeous. Have you been?

Of course, no lobster roll day is complete without an ice cream.
I chose M&M because my favorite flavor peppermint-stick was out of stock.  I have say that I was a bit disappointed, but it didn't stop me from eating the entire dish!

If there's one thing that cancer has taught me, it's to enjoy every moment. 
The little things are the big ones. 

Thanks for stopping by.
xx Susan 

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