Are you sick of hearing about the Hamptons yet? I swear this is the last one. Let’s pick up where we left off. On Sunday morning, if you’re feeling particularly energetic (or in need of a liver transplant — both can be equally powerful motivators) join a yoga session or beach workout at The Surf Lodge (make sure you stop by the Surf Bazaar to grab a lemlem tunic), then head to Ditch Plains for some fun in the sun and a well-deserved bite on the go at Turf, a mobile kitchen operating out of a revamped airstream.
Around noon, when you resemble a cooked lobster and have sand in a few too many places, freshen up a little, hop in the car and head to East Hampton for some first class shopping. Make your wildest monogram dreams come true at The Monogram Shop, put a big dent in your wallet at Blue & Cream or Intermix and score some great deals at Steven Alan or J.Crew at the Beach (like a regular J.Crew, only better).
After you’ve completely deflated your wallet, hop back in the car and drive to Sag Harbor for a mid-afternoon lunch at LT Burger or Muse in the Harbor. After lunch, make your way to the Holiday House Hamptons for some serious interior design eye candy. The $35 entry fee benefits the Breast Cancer Foundation so you can feel good about the hefty entry fee. When you exit the house, make a right and head to JED, filled to the brim with the most beautiful antiques. After that, make sure you stop by MONC XIII – probably one of the most beautiful home decor stores I’ve seen in— ever.
Make your way to the Shelter Island ferry and drive to Sunset Beach where an evening of gorgeous sunsets, beautiful food and even better looking people await. Stay as long as you can— the evening only gets better: ping pong matches, dance parties around the bond fire to the sounds of DJ Arman Nafeei are just a few of the highlights. As far as I’m concerned, Sunset Beach was the highlight of my week — don’t miss it.