Yesterday the husband, his parents, and I went on the infamously and deliciously gluttonous Hornblower brunch cruise. Everyone should try it at least once. Once might be enough! Because if you’re like me you will each so much that you’ll wonder if you’ve done some permanent damage to yourself. And it’s a bit like being at a wedding where you don’t know anyone (which, maybe, would be a kind of great wedding?). But the food is delicious, and the mimosas are bottomless. Has there ever been a better combination than mimosas and coffee? While we’re on the subject of face-stuffing, this is what can do the job on the Hornblower: salad, eggs, salmon, quiche, deviled eggs, French toast, coffee cake, way more, and if you can manage it, which today I must say I could not, top it all of with dessert. There was chocolate cake, fruit, brownies—to be honest I couldn’t bear to look closely at the dessert table. After committing my foodular atrocities I had to go outside on the bow and get some air. Which is where the photographs you see before you were taken. It was so windy! I was so glad I wore this billowy dress both for the billowing effect and the fact that it did not restrict my greatly expanded stomach.
Dress: Rachel Pally, purchased at Luna Boutique in San Francisco
Clutch: Moore and Giles for Luna Boutique (total coincidence!)
Necklace: Gift from my mother-in-law from Neyshaboor, Iran, a city known for its turquoise.