I'm just back from a week away (sigh)—spent at Rehoboth Beach with my family. I love Rehoboth because it still feel quaint (despite the Starbucks, Five Guys & Dunkin Donuts) and there is no need to get in your car—everything you could possibly want is right there. The shops get better and better every year—and I was pleasantly surprised to see so many new ones and that some of my old favorites still doing well. If you are heading to Rehoboth at all this summer (or any of the nearby beaches) ... stop by: vintagey Coco & Company, now taking up the old Tempest Fugit space, Bella Luna (probably my favorite shop) and their new green store Treehouse—filled with sustainable luxuries and the great tee line Little Fluffy. Sandwiched between them is the best coffee place in Rehoboth—The Coffee Mill (makes up for their grumpy attitude.) I love the Mod Cottage in the new Hotel Rehoboth. And Sole Kids (great organic dresses) and Sole Boutique. Blair Elizabeth is very modern preppy and has great (affordable) jewelry. And I'm also a big fan of Quiet Storm Surf Shop—which carries all the lines my husband loves.