Wonderful Whitstable

Greetings from Whitstable, a delightful traditional seaside town on the Kent coast.


Looking rather nautical by the harbour! Wearing my sailor top by Marilla Walker, Irish linen trousers by Simplicity K1620 (to be posted) and ‘cornflower blue’ shoes by Hotter (made in Britain).


Looks like a Pirate ship – is Jack Sparrow on board? Eye, Eye, Captain!


A part of the beach covered in Oyster shells (Whitstable is famed for its Oysters).oyster

There are Oyster bars everywhere.


A beach front row of terraced houses painted in pretty colours – charming.


A folk band accompanying a group of Morris Dancers.


The Morris Dancers were entertaining and fun to watch. The chap wearing a dress, apron and shower cap was most amusing!


Dancing ladies. Liked their colourful costumes and swishing skirts.


More Morris Dancers, wearing jingly bells and waving handkerchiefs.

My day was made complete by discovering The Fabric Shop in Harbour Street and I bought some gorgeous knit fabric.

It was a great day out!


About Caroline

I am a sewing/dressmaking/travel enthusiast and blogger who loves modern Japanese style and vintage inspired style. I also like to travel/visit places of interest, countryside walks and photography.
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6 Responses to Wonderful Whitstable

  1. Susan says:

    Modern fashion designers need to take note of these styles – specially the men. So flamboyant! They put the modern man in the pale!


  2. SewingSu says:

    Looks like a fab trip! And you look gorgeous (and very nautical)!


    • Caroline says:

      Thanks Su for your compliment. I have returned to Whitstable since these photos were taken and I plan to go again during the summer! Whitstable is a charming place and I love it.


  3. Melissa says:

    Looks like it was a lovely outing, and it was topped off by finding a fabric store! Score!


  4. Looks like a good day out!


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