Friday, July 29, 2011

Cabin Fever, Part Two: Beach PJs By the Bay

Every time the boat departs from the little marina, I smile at the jaunty colours of the little boat storage "houses" along the shore (see below).  This year, I brought my bright red & white gingham 30s beach pjs to wear down by the bay, so I can feel jaunty, too! 










17 comments:

Stephanie Lynn said...

How cute! I adore being on/by the water myself. :)

iLiveinmyLab said...

Beach PJ **LOVE** those are fabulous! :)

Tilly said...

That is one gorgeous outfit. And such a delightful setting!

Kate O said...

I've missed your outfit posts! You look absolutely smashing :)

Miss Matilda said...

such a beautiful lady and place to be on holiday! I NEED your hat!!

Kelley Anne said...

Wow! Where did you find those? They're so chic.

Debi said...

LOVE the beach pyjamas!!

BaronessVonVintage said...

Thanks, gals! I got this one=piece Beach Pajama garment on ebay last year, but I'm thinking of selling...they're SO cute, but I think they're a bit too short on me in length. Sooo, if you might be interested....feel free to convo me in the shop.

I feel SO lucky to have a family friend who generously lets us use her cabin every summer. My favourite get-away spot in the world!!!

Emily & Gracie said...

So cute!! And in such a lovely setting!
- Emily

Tickety Boo Tupney - A Dash OF Worcester Sauce. said...

Wow, they are amazing and what a perfect setting to wear them in! Tups x

Lauren Hairston said...

Looks like such a wonderful get-away! Your beach pajamas are too fun.

LandGirl1980 said...

Now - if only my locals wore THESE kinds of PJ's to the supermarket!! I could live with that!

Ruby@Ruby'sMusings said...

Adorable!!

thatdamngreendress said...

love for red gingham rising! adorable!

Trixie said...

Whereis this fantastical place? Can you actually stay in this little places? I love it!!

BaronessVonVintage said...

Hi, Trixie! These pictures were taken up in Northern Ontario, Canada at a place called Lake Penage. Those little buildings are sort of boat garages at the dock/marina where people park/store their boats that they use to take them across the lake to their waterfront cabins/cottages!

Desiree said...

The photo of the little houses is fantastic! Love the colors, and it's an interesting contrast against the gray sky.