What I Wore: Robin Hood’s Bay

Having the time to explore Yorkshire recently has been great, there are so many beautiful places to visit! I have been to Robin Hood’s Bay before but it is always lovely. There is a really steep hill that winds through the village to the beach, and the village is filled with quaint little shops. The beach is long and sandy, full of rock pools and surrounded by dramatic cliffs. We even swam in the sea – it was cold! Putting together beach outfits is lots of fun, and this is what I wore!

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I am wearing a vintage bed jacket, vintage playsuit (it must be homemade because the pockets have been sewn on backwards!) H&M sunglasses, People Tree necklace, and this sunhat was a gift. The only reason it is not blowing down the beach is that there are hat pins holding it to my head. I’m so glad I discovered hat pins, I no longer have to walk around with my hand on my head holding my hat down.

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Thank you Denise for taking photos of me!

As you read this I will be reading a book by the pool in Menorca! I am sure that future me is having a wonderful time there πŸ™‚ It might even be a little sunnier than the Yorkshire coast. I hope you’re having a wonderful Friday!

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18 thoughts on “What I Wore: Robin Hood’s Bay

  1. I LOVE your outfit. But most of all, I love these pictures. The one of those houses on the cliff was really beautiful. I’ve always wanted to go to the UK, and every time I see more pictures like this I want to even more.

  2. Thanks so much for your comment, it means a lot!
    You look absolutely adorable today, I love your playsuit and the location!

    Have a fantastic week,
    -Kati

  3. Your playsuit is maybe too adorable! I love stripes for the beach, especially when they are a rainbow of colour! It’s a bit of added personality that someone sewed the pockets on wrong! I hope you have a great holiday!

    Emma x

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