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Britt McVicker

Britt McVicker resides in New York City and has been spending her summer weekends in Montauk since 2010. She is the founder of bybritt and a creative consultant who specializes in strategic partnerships and special events for clients such as Sotheby's, Tribeca Film Festival and The Montauk Beach House. She is also a passionate supporter of the nonprofit Edible Schoolyard NYC.

Britt’s Travel Guide to spending a Summer Weekend in Montauk

“For the full Montauk experience, the mad after work rush to the weekend LIRR is something you should experience at least once. It'll force you to pack only what you can carry (leave your stilettos at home). I selected the Rimzim Dadu Floral Tunic to be worn as a mini sun dress and it’s always good to travel with a shawl in case the transit gets chilly."

Montauk beach

Outfit Picks from Indelust

Outfit Picks from Indelust

Day trip to the Montauk Point Light House

Montauk Point Light House

“After morning yoga at Love Yoga with Kumi Sawyers and a fresh juice from Solutions Organic Juice Bar, take a day trip to the oldest lighthouse in New York State The Montauk Point Light House and pack a picnic for the beach. Pick up a Crowler from Montauk Brewing Company and fried chicken from Herb's Market.”

Herbs Market

“Montauk is about keeping it light so if you're someone who typically wears all black, it's a great time to embrace your lighter neutrals. The Huemn by Shyma and Pranav Monotinit Splotch top and shorts are a fun but practical compromise.”

Outfit Picks from Indelust

Outfit Picks from Indelust

Homemade ice cream at John’s Drive In

John’s Drive In

“On your walk back to Sole East grab a homemade ice cream from John's Drive In and if your still hungry tag on the waffle seasoned fries.”

Dinner at Moby’s and final stop at Montauk Community Garden

“It's sunny during the day but the temperature drops at night, so your best bet is to opt for long sleeves with shorts or short sleeves with a longer skirt or pant.”

Moby's Montauk Community Garden

“The skirt by Payal Singhal is a relaxed but a polished look for dinner at Moby's and the Sunflower Crop Top by Rahul Mishra visually pays tribute to one of my favorite local spots in town, Montauk Community Garden.”