Hot sunny afternoon on Therasia. Aegean blue in every direction. Sips of ouzo. A platter of mezedes.
You’re starting to understand why electricity didn’t arrive here on the island until 1980. Potable municipal water, not until 1999. They paved a road here for the first time in 2008.
If it’s impossible for time to stand still, this place is, at the very least, putting the theory to the test.
What you didn’t pack: a watch, a briefcase, any sense of urgency.
What you did: the perfect layering piece for when the cooling Meltemi winds move in from the north.
Prediction: You’ll return to Greece in the fall. Maybe spend a week in Sellasia for the olive harvest.
This pullover works in that scenario, too.
Santorini Pullover (No. 6983). Inspired reproduction of a rare piece of Aegean leisure wear in a cotton jacquard horizontal stripe. Two patch pockets. Made in Portugal.