Cape May Weekend

Cape May is my second home in the summer, though I don’t get down nearly as much as I would like. In a perfect life I would have summers off and be able to be at the beach full time. Unfortunately, I’m a social worker so no summers off for me!

Cape May is an older crowd overall, but has a nice relaxed vibe. It’s expensive to stay and eat here, so young adults and teens tend to go to Avalon and Wildwood. Most of the food is very good, but it’s tough to get cheap eats around here. There are no chain restaurants, the biggest name down here is Wawa, so it’s a much homier place.

The outfits below are my typical Cape May look and make it into my suitcase almost every time I come down. The seersucker dress especially has become a beach staple because it is structured and polished, but casual as well.


Shirt (similar) | Shorts | Shoes | Earrings | Bracelets | Sunglasses


Dress (similar) | Shoes | Earrings | Necklace | Sunglasses


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