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Shoe Designer Tabitha Simmons Shares Her Must-Haves for Shopping in The Hamptons This Summer

Kendyl Kearly | July 23, 2019 | People


A prolific shoe designer whose heels, sandals and boots can frequently be seen strutting down Southampton’s Main Street, Tabitha Simmons ( is no stranger to the Hamptons herself. This season, she unveils a new collection and an ad campaign with Animal Haven ( to find homes for adoptable pets. Here are her must-haves for shopping out East this season.


“Tory Burch makes some of my favorite swim pieces. She has such beautiful prints, and this swimsuit is definitely going to be a staple in my summer wardrobe.” Costa printed tie-strap bandeau, $138, and Costa printed hipster, from $89, Tory Burch, 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton


“The rose body wash is so nice to wash off all of the salt after a long day in the water. It has an amazing smell and makes you feel so clean.” $52, AERIN, 83 Main St., Southampton


“This is my go-to supplement. I drink it daily in the morning, and I really have seen a difference in the appearance of my skin. It has become a part of my beauty routine, and it tastes amazing!” Goopgenes, $95, Goop, 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor


“I wear my pink Heli espadrilles with everything. They are the perfect summer sandal to throw on with any outfit or with a bathing suit on your way to the beach.” Heli pink floral, $445,


“This is my favorite summer candle. I always have it lit in my bedroom when I want to relax and when I am having company over.” Uzès tuberose candle, 6.7 oz. for $60, AERIN, 83 Main St., Southampton


Photography by: the brands; portrait by Weston Wells