I'm not as discipline a packer as DaniBP, but I did build a theme mainly around blue and white, wearing my Anthropologie tunic with my Milly for Banana Republic shorts and my Candy Shop Vintage Elephants on Parade necklace (I get compliments on this necklace every time I wear it.)
To the theatre I wore an ancient Alfred Sung for Zellers (!) dress I bought years ago and it's so wearable that I take it every time I travel. You just throw it in the washing machine and it is as good as new. I pair it with a Brooks Brothers Cashmere cardigan I bought years ago. It's that gorgeous smooth, not fuzzy, cashmere and it hand washes beautifully. I wish I bought one in every colour at the time.
The next day, I wore a navy cotton striped dress from Montreal's Boutique 1861. They have cute pieces for a great price. They seem to be out of this dress there now, but its available at ASOS in some sizes.
I carry my LV Eva whenever I travel since you can wear it as a cross-body bag or remove the strap and wear it as an evening bag with the little gold chain.
I was not sure if we would get in a dip in the lake so I brought along my beach bag. It's H&M and I sewed some 1960s raffia pompoms I took off a bedraggled vintage children's hat I found. That's about as crafty as it gets for me, my friends.
Serena's a fan of the raffia pom poms too.
I find that weekends are so much longer and more relaxing when one is able to get away. After all of the moving and to-ing and fro-ing of the kids, we needed a bit of R&R and were lucky to find time to work this in.
I hope you had a fabulous weekend. Wishing you a happy and productive week!