I ♥ Montauk

Montauk

Late summer in NYC is the perfect time to get out of the city, and there is no better way to beat the heat than hopping on the LIRR and heading east to Montauk. A beach idyll at the very tip of Long Island, Montauk, known to locals as “The End,” is a small surfing village just outside of the luxurious Hamptons. Don’t get me wrong, Montauk can be just as fabulous and glitzy, but has a more laid-back persona. Think Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf in a flower crown sitting around a beach bonfire. With top-ranked beaches and 5-star restaurants, your trip won’t be anything short of fabulous. Here’s a list of my must-visit, not-to-be-missed, most favorite faves:

 Crows Nest Restaurant

○     This local organic eatery does not take reservations, so I suggest going no later than 6:30pm to beat the crowds. Have dinner in their bohemian dining room, and enjoy a beautiful view of the Long Island sound. After dinner, ditch your shoes and walk down to their beach bar for a handcrafted cocktail on the sand while you take in that perfect sunset.

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 Surf Lodge

○     Surf Lodge Inn and Restaurant is an absolute must. Over the past few years it has served as Montauk’s premiere seen-and-be-seen destination. Featuring wonderful food and live music, it’s no wonder Surf Lodge is a celeb magnet—Jimmy Buffet, Scarlett Johannsen and James Franco have all been spotted there. Stop in for dinner on Sunday, and enjoy an early concert before hopping the LIRR back to the reality of city living.

Surf Lodge

 Hither Hills Beach

○     Hither Hills state park runs along the south side of Montauk between the town of Amagansett and the eastern point of Montauk. The park is perfect for sport fishing on the shore, camping, hiking, and most of all, lazing around on its pristine un-spoiled beaches. Bring your towel for a day of sunning, or grab some logs to build a sunset campfire (don’t forget the graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows!)

Hither Hills Beach

“There is nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it’s sent away…” – Sarah Kay

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By: Emily Corbin

A Darling Rose Blog

  

The Shirt Dress

The Shirt Dress

So pretty in ravishing red the shirt dress is easy to wear and versatile from day to dinner.

Wear it to work: This dress is a simple fix for those frustrating “I can’t find anything to wear” mornings. It’s the perfect length for the office and the collar and belt details give this dress the perfect professional pop.

Wear it on date night: The gold details and glam chain link belt make the shirt dress an easy transition from office to dinner. Paired with strapped pumps, a cute clutch and added accessories you’ll go from darling to daring in only minutes.

Wear it relaxed: This dress has a chic figure and relaxed fit. The fabric is perfect for a girl on the go. You can dress it down with sandals and shades making this dress perfect for weekends and vacations.

A must have in your closet we’ve got this style in red and black. Keep her casual or dress her up just don’t forget to share your pictures telling us how much you love this style! Tag #CacheStyle #CacheShirtDress

  

Girls’ Nite Out Recap

This past weekend Caché celebrated our Second Annual Girls’ Nite Out Event at Caché Boutiques across the states. Thanks to all of the support from our stores and our Caché’ girls world wide, the event was a huge success.

The evening featured savings, giveaways, fabulous dresses and sportswear along with champagne, Godiva Chocolate and of course a free gift with purchase.

Just in case you missed it, we’ve included images from the special night below – be sure to get in on the fun next time!

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Grito de Dolores: Happy Mexican Independence Day!

Mexican Independence Day

It’s Mexican Independence Day,  a day that celebrates Mexico’s cry for freedom from Spain. This revolutionary moment in history took place in the town of Dolores where Catholic Priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla encouraged peasants to stand up for themselves and fight for the rights that they deserved. Grito de Delores is remembered as the call that began the end of Spanish rule and discrimination against the Mexican community.

Today marks the 204th Independence Day for Mexico and in honor of this special holiday parades, festivals and fireworks will commemorate this moment in time in cities across the globe.

One of the most popular places for parties and events to celebrate Mexican Independence Day is none other than Las Vegas. The city of lights hosts Latin music artists, comedians and professional athletes and features five days filled with fabulous Mexican cuisines and drink specials (did someone say tequila!) leading up to the grand finale tonight (September 16th).

Here’s a list of places you should visit:

Aliante Casino Hotel & Spa

Border Grill 

Rhumbar

Cabo Wabo Catina

Taco’s & Tequila

Be sure to visit our Caché Boutique located in Las Vegas for your perfect party dress and accessories.

Email your Mexican Independence Day pictures to social@cache.com and tag #CacheStyle for your chance to be featured in an upcoming post!