Back in August the boyfriend took a short trip to Dunster beach for the afternoon. It’s about 40 minutes in the car, so not very far at all. We are rather lucky to live so close. It’s not a beautiful beach in the conventional form but I believe it is nothing short of wonderful in other ways. It’s quiet a beach and considering we were there when it was still the summer holidays, it wasn’t busy at all. To get to the actual sea is quite a trek and so we didn’t venture that far down but at least it’s in sight. Because of how vast Dunster beach is, it makes for a very pretty and picturesque walk. In the second photo, you can see a line up of all these super cute beach chalets they have along the beach of Dunster. I remember thinking how lovely it would be to either own one or if it is possible, rent one for a long weekend. Especially with the calm and quiet atmosphere that is in the air there. I even believe, that it would equally as peaceful and relaxing in the winter time, you can imagine how cosy it would be! Imagine snuggling up in a big blanket, sipping a hot chocolate and looking over at the coast! In fact if any of you are interested, I took the liberty of looking in to it and here is the website where yo can find out more information.
For my outfit, I wore a pyjama-esque look. Because it was warm afternoon, the light texture of both the striped trousers and dressing gown, flowed beautifully in the gentel wind. The slides were perfect because I could just simply slip them off to walk along the beach and feel the sand on my feet. I look forward to going back in the colder months, when the cold, coastal air is just so refreshing.
- Vintage Dressing Gown – maybe try a duster coat instead Here, Here
- (old) Vanessa Bruno Trousers – love these Here, Here Here, Here & Here
- Newbark Slides – Here but loafers would also be a nice alternative for the Autumn! Love these Here, Here, Here, Here, Here & Here
- Illesteva Sunnies
- Chanel Bag