Our last day in Seattle was the most beautiful weather we could’ve asked for. We woke to sunny skies shining through our window which was a joy to see after having cloudy mornings the rest of the trip. We had plans for the afternoon but left our morning open, so we headed in the direction of the space needle since it was a part of the city we hadn’t visited yet.
We didn’t necessarily want to ride the space needle since we’d already ridden the Seattle Great Wheel the night before and had gotten gorgeous views of the city skyline from that, so we walked past it down to the water and Elliott Bay. The scenery was everything we could’ve asked for, and we spent the morning lounging on the sun-bleached rocks, soaking in the sun and dipping our toes in the cool, crystal clear water of the Puget Sound.
Since I knew it would be a warm day, I pulled out some of my favorite summery items, like this ivory silk camisole (last worn on the blog here) and these white linen joggers (last worn here). I also brought along this striped seersucker jacket that I’ve had since last year — it’s my favorite light jacket to layer on when it’s warm but a little breezy, and although it was warm enough to go without it, I was glad to have it for covering up to make sure my shoulders didn’t get too much sun.
We could’ve easily stayed here all day basking in the beautiful weather, but since we had afternoon plans we eventually tore ourselves away. We stopped to eat lunch at a nearby spot called CJ’s eatery and then headed back to our hotel to change and go out for more adventures. Check back soon for my final post on Seattle and to see what our afternoon plans were!
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