We were thrilled when invitations to fun charity events started sprouting up with the tulips this spring, giving us a great excuse to come out of hibernation to see friends, donate to important causes, and of course, show off some of our favorite spring dresses.
Maddy, Sophie and September co-hosted a Sumeria event to benefit charities including The Carver Project, Washington Tennis & Education Foundation, and BUILD. Recognize any of these folks from our seasonal catalogs, Tuckernuck Styled Posts, and product shots?
Maddy and September were also hosts at the Corcoran Ball, which raised funds for art education programs in DC.
Weren't their dresses perfect for the gorgeous event?
When we're not wearing Tuckernuck, we're in our gym clothes...Team Tuckernuck participated in Cycle for Survival, an indoor cycling event that raised money for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's that a good Bloody Mary always hits the spot. Everyone has their favorite ingredient--horseradish, hot sauce, stuffed olives--the list continues. So, we devised a sure plan to satisfy all of our brunch guests, a DIY Bloody Mary Bar. Last weekend, Molly and Jocelyn ran around Tribeca collecting the ingredients from local grocers for a springtime celebration on Jocelyn's rooftop. They rounded up a range of fix-in's and reported back on Bloody Mary Bar essentials...
Jocelyn and Molly set up the bar on an antique garden table, and added texture to the spread with fresh flowers and topiaries, a coral book end, and vintage soda bottles.
An assortment of unusual spices and hot sauces allows guests to add some kick to their creations.Celery is an obvious must, but Jocelyn and Molly added other unexpected greens like jalepeños, cornichons, and olives.Our Carved Solutions Old Fashioned glasses turned out to be the perfect container for the cocktail. To add sophistication to the presentation, Jocelyn suggested using placecard holders to label the ingredients.Jocelyn and Molly couldn't help but treat themselves to a drink before their guests arrived. A cheese plate turned out to be the perfect hors d'oeuvre to complement their custom concoctions.
After this year's extra-long winter, we've been more excited than ever to shed our sweaters and enjoy some well-deserved sunshine. Few places get as much love during this season as Central Park, a shared backyard for millions of New Yorkers and the most visited urban park in the United States. Molly skipped out of the office on Friday evening to stroll through the park and enjoy a glass of rosé with a friend, the perfect way to kick off a weekend full of spring weather.
Central Park opened in 1857 and has been a haven for New Yorkers ever since, proving our theory that some things never go out of style.Home to 29 sculptures and over 25,000 trees, the park is perfect for inspiring creativity and romance.The Central Park Boathouse is an idyllic location for outdoor meals and cocktails. Recognize it from scenes in "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sex and the City"?
Visitors can even rent canoes at the Boathouse, where they can enjoy views of both the city skyline and surrounding greenery from its small pond.There's simply no better way to toast spring than with a glass of Rosé.
Emily packed her bags with some of her favorite Tuckernuck items for a weekend-long blogging conference in Dallas. On the first day, she wore our Ali Ro anorak, Lele Sadoughi Gold Falcon Necklace, polka dot Anniel flats, and Shoshanna Painted Poppy Pants.
The event took place at the beautiful Hotel ZaZa, which also happened to be the perfect setting for poolside cocktails...
Sailing has always been a part of my life, beginning with my childhood on St. Thomas, an island that is blessed with a steady tradewind breeze and gorgeous weather. Despite being a tiny dot on the map in the Caribbean, the St. Thomas Yacht Club manages to host large sailing regattas, to which the most talented sailors from around the world travel. One of these regattas is the International Rolex Regatta, which I have competed in for as long as I can remember.
This year I escaped the never-ending DC winter for a beautiful racing weekend. I reunited with my sailing partner from high school and best bud since diapers, Taylor Canfield, who is now one of the highest-ranking skippers in the world. The rest of the crew included my sister, her husband, and two other close friends. We weren’t expecting to walk home with a new timepiece on our wrists (winners of each class receive a shiny new Rolex watch) but what we lacked in expertise, we made up for in margarita-mixing and high-fiving.