We connected through Boston prior to leaving on our trip to Ireland, and spent the night at the Hilton that is connected to Logan International Airport just to make things easier. After we landed in the early evening we took the ferry over to Boston and walked around a bit.
gingham dress (Juliette dress from Madison Mathews) | sweater blazer (old, similar here and here) | white sneakers (best “dressy” sneakers ever!) | no-show sneaker liners (they actually stay up and are $6 for a pack of 3) | purse | scarf (old, similar) | sunglasses (old, similar here, here and here) | gold scallop hoops ($2.88 in stores at Walmart!) | necklace (mine is old from Tiffany but this one is on Etsy and looks the same!)
Passing Through Boston in a Blue Gingham Dress
It was a lovely evening with a slight chill in the air, which was kind of nice after the oppressive South Carolina heat (which I do secretly enjoy, for some reason). We didn’t have much time to walk around but we did decide to eat at Bostonia Public House, which was delicious! We started with mussels (way out of both of our comfort zones but yummy!) and then I had the scallops and Tom had some sort of fish stuffed with crab, which he really enjoyed. We shared the sweet potato donuts for dessert and they were addictive.
I wore my new Madison-Mathews dress that I bought in Charleston and it’s non-maternity but is going to be great with a bump and also for nursing. It’s not online but send them a message on Instagram and they can probably help you out! It’s called the Juliette dress, I’m pretty sure and it comes in a number of colors and prints. I paired it with a sweater blazer from last year (this one and this one are the current versions!), my tried and true navy Longchamp tote (I’ve had it for nearly 8 years), the best white sneakers (I’m a size 8 and got size 39), an old scarf (current version here), and my favorite sunglasses (here, here and here for very similar options). It was a super easy and comfy outfit yet I felt nice and pulled together!