Saturday, June 1, 2024

Pink & Green Palms

Blush Palms Leila Coverup

This darling dress is blush with pink and green palms - and it is on sale. Perfect for here in Florida or for your vacation this summer. A Palm Springs vibe for sure.

Blush Palms Leila Coverup

"Designed by our Tuckernuck founders, Tnuck Beach fulfills a need for elevated caftans that can be worn from the beach to the brewery to that everlasting sunset barbecue. Like your favorite summer days that turn into nights, these pieces are easy and effortless!

The Blush Palms Leila Coverup instantly transports us to sunny days with the waves rolling and a drink in hand. A classy cover-up with a Beverly Hills Hotel inspired print, double layer tassels on the sleeve, and a vintage-inspired silhouette, this style will turn heads as soon as you step onto the beach!"

Pair it with a great straw bag and sandals and you are ready for lunch, the beach, cocktails, or dinner.

Free shipping and returns too.

Not to nitpick, but this looks like banana leaves as opposed to palm fronds to me - and the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel Martinique print that inspired this is definitely banana leaves. Did you know that a banana tree is actually a gigantic herb?


  1. Agreed. Banana leaf, or imaginary palm frond. A herb? One for my trivia file. Thanks Beth.

  2. Have you noticed we are back to the short skirts of our youth?Just bought a 4th of July dress,and wonder about the length. You always share such interesting tidbits, Beth. Thank you for your posts each day.

  3. Definitely banana leaves. I love the Beverley Hills Hotel. It's so iconic. It was designed by that very talented and influential architect, Paul Williams, who designed many beautiful buildings, both commercial and residential, in Los Angeles, in the early part of the 20th century. The homes he designed are just exquisite and very sought after.

    Very interesting that bananas are herbs, Beth. Correct me if I am mistaken, but I think palms are actually reeds until they reach a height of 20 feet or more.

    1. No, what you may be referring to is the debate as to whether palms are trees or grasses as they share characteristics of both.