Seaside living

This post is sponsored by The White Company

This post is sponsored by The White Company

Summer is upon us which means you’ll most likely find me at my seaside escape, relaxing in my little white cottage by the sea. Living by the coast means plenty of fresh seafood, cozy bonfires on the beach and lazy days in the hammock, listening to the sound of waves crashing over the cliffs. Complete bliss. And as nice as that all sounds, most importantly, I get to be away from the hustle and bustle that is New York City.

I call this place my little retreat, somewhere to unwind, get cozy and just enjoy the long lingering summer days. And there is nothing more important than creating a peaceful space for myself, filled with all my favorite home & summer essentials, which is why I couldn't be happier to partner up with British brand, The White Company to showcase all my recent faves from their oh-so-beautiful collection of homeware, fashion & beauty. 

It's not a secret that I have a love for all things white & minimal, but I am all about being warm & cozy as well, hence my little candle obsession. Blanc is my current go-to summer scent, with its beautiful blend of pure white geranium and bright juniper berry - so fresh and crisp! You'll find it burning on chilly summer evenings where I'll most likely be wrapped in the softest cashmere throw (coming soon!) with a good read in hand. These are the nights I usually pamper myself, and give my skin a little TLC after a day in the sun and I am currently obsessed with the Super Serum (magic in a bottle!) and their advance hydration moisturizer

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Of course, I could not leave for my seaside escape without picking up a few new summer pieces to add to my wardrobe. The creamy white everyday tote is perfect for carrying all my beach lounging essentials and what's more summery than this Breton Stripe Tee, paired with a denim skirt & straw hat! The White Company has recently brought their magic over to the States with a store in New York, if you find yourself in the area, you must witness their products in person. If not, there’s always the Internet.