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Vintage Stripes & Sailboats

August 2, 2010

Raffa and I recently embarked on a two day escape to the Hudson Valley via Metro North. From from boat watching on river to the novelty of splashing around in a public pool, it was a much needed break from the chaos of summer in the city. I used to spend every day of summer underwater as a kid.

My relationship with H2O has really changed in the past ten years. Now, I mostly pose somewhere near the water instead of dive into it.

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york

I’m wearing one of my favorite vintage knit dresses from The Vintage Mistress. My scarf is from H&M, and my shoes were lucky finds at Buffalo Exchange.

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york tchaikovsky darling vintage

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york

summer vintage hudson river sailboat public pool new york tchaikovsky darling

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. August 3, 2010 9:40 AM

    Wow nice dress and shoes :) you look so cute.

    love.
    catherine
    Etinology

    • Tchaikovsky Darling permalink*
      August 5, 2010 8:54 AM

      Thank you! Standard summer wardrobe. ;)

  2. Shanna permalink
    August 5, 2010 8:44 AM

    Lady! Always love your photos. Such a great escape. Thank you-ox!

    • Tchaikovsky Darling permalink*
      August 5, 2010 8:54 AM

      Aah come back to meee

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