Nantucket & Martha's Vineyard Photo Diary

Outfit details throughout this post:
Green Dress, woven bag (similar here & here), Sandals (similar here), Boater Hat (similar here)

Hi, Loves!
I wanted to write this post to share with you just in case you’re planning a trip to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard in the future. What I love about travel posts is that they never expire. You can have them saved for whenever you decide to or get the chance to go. What I usually do is ‘PIN’ content from wherever I find them online to my Pinterest Travel board. I have a secret travel board and also an open one. So, simply hover over any of these photos in my blog post and click on the Pin button to directly pin this post to your board. You can easily access it whenever you want later.  

Shall we get on with it?! I went to Nantucket last month to visit my best friend and for a mini vacay. I ended up doing some work with PopSugar at their Nantucket house, but it was mostly a fun trip for me. It was a short and sweet trip. This is my third time going to Nantucket, you can read a very old post here on my second trip. This time I took much better photos and I even took a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard. I love maximizing my travels. If I go somewhere that is super close to another place I'd like to visit, I definitely try to knock them both out at once.

Nantucket in the summertime is definitely fun. You have the beach, busy streets, Ice cream shops, fresh yummy restaurants, and beautiful architecture all around. It’s such a picturesque place, too. It’s easy to walk around or hop on the local bus. For once I didn’t have an itinerary so this post is so much more relaxed but with simple easy guidelines to follow. It definitely reflects the pace of both islands.

There are two ways to get to Nantucket-by airplane (easier during the summer due to more flight options) and by Ferry (cheaper option and operate all year round).
Once on the island, strolling the downtown areas is full of life and easy to get around. You simply walk the beautiful cobblestones streets and check out the amazing stores or people watch.
Go to Sconset-a small town on the Island where the homes are just beautiful. It’s such a small town feel and the homes are quaint and beautiful.
Stop by the lighthouse to check out the ocean and visit the many beaches they have.
Martha’s Vineyard was a dream. It’s the complete opposite of Nantucket. It’s so much more relaxed, diverse and full of life. We took a day trip and caught the earliest ferry and returned on the latest. We got to tour one of the gingerbread homes in Oaks Bluff where we learned history of the town. 

Strolling through and checking out the gorgeous homes was the highlight of going to Martha’s Vineyard. You can also rent a scooter if you want to explore more. Most of our day was just spent strolling and walking the Oaks Bluff area and town off the dock. We ate at one of the local restaurants and the food was yummy. We ended our day trip by a park relaxing and sipping on fresh bobas.

Outfit details throughout this post:
Green Dress, woven bag (similar here & here), Sandals (similar here), Boater Hat (similar here)

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