Thursday, January 12, 2012

What I Wore in New York City

Black T + Red Cardigan * Jeans for Brunch at Clinton Street Baking.
Remember when I told you that I was just taking 6 garments to New York City? Well, here is how those items got mixed and re-mixed to last a week's worth of travel. It's not the most glamorous post but I definitely got tons of mileage out of my pieces.
Easy first day outfit: Black T+Grey Cardigan+ Jeans

See how I used the Grey Cardigan as a top by wearing it backwards?

Chambray Shirt + Grey Cardigan + Black Skinny Pants for Brunch for  Kitchenette in Harlem
 This is the white scarf that NBC Today Anchor Savannah Gutherie complimented when I met her. Yes, that makes me happy.
Black T + Black Skinny Pants for Brunch  at Buttermilk Channel in  Brooklyn

 Vintage Shopping in Brooklyn

Chambray Shirt + Black Skinny for serious posing at the Guggenheim Museum.
 Now, this is me seriously not putting too much effort in. But New York is one of the most stylish cities in the world, which I tried to pay tribute to in this post: New York's Street Style.
Make sure to come back tomorrow because I'll show the stuff I bought while in the Big Apple.

~ Photos by Chris ~


  1. wow, that's some serious mixing and matching happening there. Nice one.

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  3. Such beautiful clothing :) *message deleted from above due to typo, sorry*


  4. Wow, totally impressive! Can't wait to see what you bought :)

  5. Did you find anything at the vintage store(s)?? Eeeeeeek!

    1. Yes, I sure did Judi. You guys are spoilt in NYC! Next time I'm up, I'll take you around.

  6. Is that a pic of you at Beacon's Closet? If so, that's my favorite vintage store in the world, let alone Brooklyn! Great job mixing and matching. I hope you had a fabulous time!


    1. You guessed it Meghan - we went to two Beacon's Closets, including the MASSIVE one! It was awesome!

  7. Love the photos :)
    Love Megha
    I have a unique giveaway happening would love it if you can take a look :)


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